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M.A. Cherkashin

Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centre of S.M. Berezin International Institute of Biological Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

A.V. Serov

Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centre of S.M. Berezin International Institute of Biological Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

N.A. Berezina

Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centre of S.M. Berezin International Institute of Biological Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

D.I. Kuplevatskaya

Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centre of S.M. Berezin International Institute of Biological Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

N.A. Vorob’ev

Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centre of S.M. Berezin International Institute of Biological Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia;
Saint-Petersburg State University, Medical Faculty, Saint-Petersburg, Russia;
I.I. Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

A.V. Mikhailov

Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centre of S.M. Berezin International Institute of Biological Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

M.Yu. Anishkin

Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centre of S.M. Berezin International Institute of Biological Systems, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Venous Thromboembolism in the Patients Treated with the Use of the Totally Implanted Central Continuous Venous Access Port Systems for Chemotherapy

Authors:

M.A. Cherkashin, A.V. Serov, N.A. Berezina, D.I. Kuplevatskaya, N.A. Vorob’ev, A.V. Mikhailov, M.Yu. Anishkin

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Journal: Journal of Venous Disorders. 2016;10(4): 176‑181

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To cite this article:

Cherkashin MA, Serov AV, Berezina NA, Kuplevatskaya DI, Vorob’ev NA, Mikhailov AV, Anishkin MYu. Venous Thromboembolism in the Patients Treated with the Use of the Totally Implanted Central Continuous Venous Access Port Systems for Chemotherapy. Journal of Venous Disorders. 2016;10(4):176‑181. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/flebo2016104176-181

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