Obstructive jaundice following a myocardial infarct

Khan, J. N.; Sanyal, R.; Paiian, A.; Ferrando, J.; Ment, J.; Roy-Choudhury, S.
February 2008
Gut;Feb2008, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p180
Academic Journal
A quiz concerning the diagnosis and management of obstructive jaundice is presented.


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