Stirrett, Lloyd A.; Yuhl, Eric T.; Cassen, Benedict
April 1954
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Apr1954, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p310
Academic Journal
Highlights the results of a hepatic radioactivity survey. Use of radioactive human serum albumin in the diagnosis and localization of hepatic neoplasms; Diagnostic accuracy percentage gained from the employment of the method; Description of colloidal gold which is used in the survey.


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