A 10 year follow up study of patients transplanted for autoimmune hepatitis: histological recurrence precedes clinical and biochemical recurrence

Sebagh, M.; Rifai, K.; Johanet, C.; Ballot, E.; Guettier, C.; Karam, V.; Hurtova, M.; Feray, C.; Reynes, M.; Bismuth, H.; Samuel, D.; Duclos-Vallée, J.-C.
June 2003
Gut;Jun2003, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p893
Academic Journal
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