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dc.identifier.citationCaptur, V. (1956). Liver biopsy. Chest-piece, 1(12), 43-44.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThe diagnosis of liver disease is still in many instances more easily made by chemical and simple laboratory methods than by other time-consuming tests because almost no liver function test measures basic function, and because most liver diseases comprise several basic pathological processes which influence the tests in different ways.en_GB
dc.publisherBritish Medical Students' Association. Malta Branchen_GB
dc.subjectLiver -- Biopsyen_GB
dc.subjectLiver -- Needle biopsyen_GB
dc.subjectLiver -- Diseases -- Diagnosisen_GB
dc.titleLiver biopsyen_GB
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