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Computed Tomographic Analysis of Gallbladder Stones: Correlation with Chemical Composition and In Vitro Shock-wave Lithotripsy
Myung Hwan Kim, Sung Koo Lee, Young Il Min, Kyung Sik Cho, Yong Ho Auh, Sung Gyu Lee
Korean J Intern Med. 1991;6(1):1-8.   Published online 1991 January 1    DOI:

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