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December 2003
Gut;Dec2003, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p1796
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The article presents glimpses of several articles that are published in different journals. The article "Impact of Liver Biopsy Size on Histological Education of chronic Viral Hepatitis: The Smaller the Sample, the Milder the Disease," describes that live


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