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Laparoscopic resection and primary anastomosis for perforated diverticulitis: with or without loop ileostomy? The response is the colon leakage risk score!

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Fiume, I., Coco, D. Laparoscopic resection and primary anastomosis for perforated diverticulitis: with or without loop ileostomy? The response is the colon leakage risk score!. Updates Surg (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13304-021-01183-4

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