NEW NON-OPERATIVE TREATMENT FOR VARICEAL HAEMORRHAGE

@article{Rssle1989NEWNT,
  title={NEW NON-OPERATIVE TREATMENT FOR VARICEAL HAEMORRHAGE},
  author={Martin R{\"o}ssle and G{\"o}tz Martin Richter and Gerd N{\"o}ldge and J C Palmaz and Werner Wenz and Wolfgang Gerok},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1989},
  volume={334}
}

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