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Insights into fast-track colon surgery: a plea for a tailored program

Bibliographic reference Pellegrino, Lucas ; Lois, Fernande ; Remue, Christophe ; Forget, Patrice ; Crispin, Brigitte ; et. al. Insights into fast-track colon surgery: a plea for a tailored program. In: Surgical Endoscopy : surgical and interventional techniques, Vol. 27, no. 4, p. 1178-1185 (2013)
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