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Two-step transplantation for primary hyperoxaluria: Cadaveric liver followed by living donor related kidney transplantation

Bibliographic reference Malla, Ivone ; Lysy, Philippe ; Godefroid, Nathalie ; Smets, Françoise ; Malaise, Jacques ; et. al. Two-step transplantation for primary hyperoxaluria: Cadaveric liver followed by living donor related kidney transplantation. In: Pediatric Transplantation, Vol. 13, no. 6, p. 782-784 (2009)
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