Vol 93, No 11 (2022)
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Minimally invasive surgery in gynecology. Reconciling the past with a view to the future

Rafal Stojko1, Marcin Sadlocha2
Pubmed: 36448348
Ginekol Pol 2022;93(11):859-860.


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