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Teratoma of Hepatoduodenal Ligament in Infancy: Precarious Location Posing a Grave Surgical Challenge

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Gazula, S., Teja, N., Mathur, N. et al. Teratoma of Hepatoduodenal Ligament in Infancy: Precarious Location Posing a Grave Surgical Challenge. Indian J Surg Oncol 11 (Suppl 2), 185–187 (2020).

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