Liver transplantation (Report)

Weiskittel, Patricia; Colaneri, Jean
August 2001
Nephrology Nursing Journal;Aug2001, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p448
Academic Journal
Reviews a report which explored the historical aspects of research in liver transplantation. Concepts of transplantation that were discussed; Comments on the report.


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