Body fat mass: a potential risk factor for fibrosis in chronic hepatitis C

Samanta, Arun; Mandalapu, Amaravani; H K, Robert; Chen, Thomas; Schellhase, Lynn; Merchant, Anand; Koneru, Baburao
September 2003
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Sep2003 Supplement, Vol. 98, pS103
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Body Fat Mass: A Potential Risk Factor for Fibrosis in Chronic Hepatitis C" by Arun Samanta, Amaravani Mandalapu, Robert H. K., Thomas Chen, Lynn Schellhase, Anand Merchant and Baburao Koneru is presented.


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