Haemorrhagic gastritis in a neurologically impaired boy

Canani, R. Berni; Fratellanza, A. G.; Del Giudice, E.
November 2007
Gut;Nov2007, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p1511
Academic Journal
A quiz concerning the diagnosis of haemorrhagic gastritis in a neurologically impaired boy is presented.


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