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Polipektomia i endoskopowa mukozektomia (EMR) polipów jelita grubego ― zalecenia Europejskiego Towarzystwa Endoskopii Przewodu Pokarmowego

Monika Ferlitsch, Alan Moss, Cesare Hassan, Pradeep Bhandari, Jean-Marc Dumonceau, Gregorios Paspatis, Rodrigo Jover, Cord Langner, Maxime Bronzwaer, Kumanan Nalankilli, Paul Fockens, Rawi Hazzan, Ian M. Gralnek, Michael Gschwantler, Elisabeth Waldmann, Philip Jeschek, Daniela Penz, Denis Heresbach, Leon Moons, Arnaud Lemmers, Konstantina Paraskeva, Juergen Pohl, Thierry Ponchon, Jaroslaw Regula, Alessandro Repici, Matthew D. Rutter, Nicholas G. Burgess, Michael J. Bourke
Gastroenterologia Kliniczna 2020;12(3):81-121.

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Polipektomia i endoskopowa mukozektomia (EMR) polipów jelita grubego ― zalecenia Europejskiego Towarzystwa Endoskopii Przewodu Pokarmowego

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Tom 12, Nr 3 (2020)

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Gastroenterologia Kliniczna 2020;12(3):81-121.

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Monika Ferlitsch
Alan Moss
Cesare Hassan
Pradeep Bhandari
Jean-Marc Dumonceau
Gregorios Paspatis
Rodrigo Jover
Cord Langner
Maxime Bronzwaer
Kumanan Nalankilli
Paul Fockens
Rawi Hazzan
Ian M. Gralnek
Michael Gschwantler
Elisabeth Waldmann
Philip Jeschek
Daniela Penz
Denis Heresbach
Leon Moons
Arnaud Lemmers
Konstantina Paraskeva
Juergen Pohl
Thierry Ponchon
Jaroslaw Regula
Alessandro Repici
Matthew D. Rutter
Nicholas G. Burgess
Michael J. Bourke

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