Treatment for hepatitis C virus-induced portal hypertension in leukemic children

El-Ashry, Rasha; Malek, Hala; Ghayaty, Essam; El-Gendy, Ahmed; Darwish, Ahmad; Al-Tonbary, Youssef
June 2013
Medical Oncology;Jun2013, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
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