Aronsen, K. F.; Gundersen, J.; Haeger, K. H. M.
February 1972
Angiology;Feb1972, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p111
Academic Journal
Examines the indications that crural ulcers may be associated with a disturbance of liver function. Dermatological manifestations of chronic hepatitis; Enhancement of the detection of a possible abnormal function of the liver; Evaluation of liver function in patients with vascular disorders of the leg.


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