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Complicazioni associate a stati carenziali o dismetabolici

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La prima parte di questo capitolo è dedicata a quadri clinici, rari oggi nella popolazione normale, ma non cosÌ nei pazienti neoplastici. Abbiamo dato maggior spazio, di proposito, ad alcune situazioni, meno frequenti, ma che, proprio per questo, devono essere considerate dal clinico, anche perché, se riconosciute e trattate prontamente, sono reversibili.

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Simonetti, F., Gavazzi, C. (2006). Complicazioni associate a stati carenziali o dismetabolici. In: Le complicazioni neurologiche in oncologia. Springer, Milano. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-0440-5_9

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