Single-Access Gastrostomy (SAG) Dispenses Endoscopy or Laparoscopy: A Simple Method Under Local Anesthesia

Zorron, Ricardo; Cazarim, Davi; Flores, Daniel; Meyer, Carlos André Fontes; de Castro, Leonardo Machado; Kanaan, Eduardo
December 2009
Surgical Innovation;Dec2009, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p337
Academic Journal
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