Hematologic and laboratory parameters in patient is with peptic ulcer bleeding treated by two modalities of endoscopic haemostasis and proton pompe inhibitors

Mehmedović-Redžepović, Amila; Mesihović, Rusmir; Prnjavorac, Besim; Kulo, Aida; Merlina, Kalajdžija
February 2011
Medicinski Glasnik;Feb2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p151
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