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Frequency and pathogenesis of central liver nodules in Alagille syndrome patients.

Bibliographic reference Libbrecht, Louis ; Cassiman, David. Frequency and pathogenesis of central liver nodules in Alagille syndrome patients.. In: Pediatric Radiology : roentgenology, nuclear medicine, ultrasonics, CT, MRI, Vol. 47, no.8, p. 1023-1024 (2017)
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