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Hepatology by Mauss, Berg, Rockstroh, Sarrazin, Wedemeyer

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Hepatology
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Publisher: Flying Publisher
ISBN-13: 9783924774639
Number of pages: 502

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Hepatology is a rapidly evolving medical field that will continue to grow over the next few decades. Viral hepatitis and other liver diseases are a global burden, and this book gives timely information important for physicians, scientists, patients and health care officials all around the world.

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