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Need for objective and reproducible criteria in histopathological assessment of total mesorectal excision specimens: lessons from a national improvement project.

Bibliographic reference Demetter, P ; Vandendael, T ; Sempoux, Christine ; Ectors, N ; Cuvelier, C A ; et. al. Need for objective and reproducible criteria in histopathological assessment of total mesorectal excision specimens: lessons from a national improvement project.. In: Colorectal Disease, Vol. 15, no.11, p. 1351-1358 (2013)
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