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I.A. Chugunov

Kafedra khirurgicheskikh bolezneĭ, éndoskopicheskoĭ i detskoĭ khirurgii Instituta povysheniia kvalifikatsii spetsialistov zdravookhraneniia, Khabarovsk

A.V. Voronov

Kafedra khirurgicheskikh bolezneĭ, éndoskopicheskoĭ i detskoĭ khirurgii Instituta povysheniia kvalifikatsii spetsialistov zdravookhraneniia, Khabarovsk

A.V. Sirota

Kafedra khirurgicheskikh bolezneĭ, éndoskopicheskoĭ i detskoĭ khirurgii Instituta povysheniia kvalifikatsii spetsialistov zdravookhraneniia, Khabarovsk

Method of wound enlargement in laparoscopic surgeries

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I.A. Chugunov, A.V. Voronov, A.V. Sirota

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Journal: Endoscopic Surgery. 2011;17(6): 41‑42

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To cite this article:

Chugunov IA, Voronov AV, Sirota AV. Method of wound enlargement in laparoscopic surgeries. Endoscopic Surgery. 2011;17(6):41‑42. (In Russ.)

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