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Cewnikowanie brodawki dwunastniczej większej oraz techniki sfinkterotomii w ECPW ― wytyczne Europejskiego Towarzystwa Endoskopii Przewodu Pokarmowego (ESGE)

Pier Alberto Testoni, Alberto Mariani, Lars Aabakken, Marianna Arvanitakis, Erwan Bories, Guido Costamagna, Jacques Devière, Mario Dinis-Ribeiro, Jean-Marc Dumonceau, Marc Giovannini, Tibor Gyokeres, Michael Hafner, Jorma Halttunen, Cesare Hassan, Luis Lopes, Ioannis S. Papanikolaou, Tony C. Tham, Andrea Tringali, Jeanin van Hooft, Earl J. Williams
Gastroenterologia Kliniczna 2021;13(1).

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Cewnikowanie brodawki dwunastniczej większej oraz techniki sfinkterotomii w ECPW ― wytyczne Europejskiego Towarzystwa Endoskopii Przewodu Pokarmowego (ESGE)

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Gastroenterologia Kliniczna. Postępy i Standardy

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Tom 13, Nr 1 (2021)

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Gastroenterologia Kliniczna 2021;13(1).

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Pier Alberto Testoni
Alberto Mariani
Lars Aabakken
Marianna Arvanitakis
Erwan Bories
Guido Costamagna
Jacques Devière
Mario Dinis-Ribeiro
Jean-Marc Dumonceau
Marc Giovannini
Tibor Gyokeres
Michael Hafner
Jorma Halttunen
Cesare Hassan
Luis Lopes
Ioannis S. Papanikolaou
Tony C. Tham
Andrea Tringali
Jeanin van Hooft
Earl J. Williams

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