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S.I. Achkasov

State Research Centre of Coloproctology

M.A. Sukhina

Ryzhikh National Medical Research Centre for Coloproctology

O.I. Sushkov

Ryzhikh National Medical Research Centre for Coloproctology

E.N. Nabiev

Ryzhikh National Medical Research Centre for Coloproctology

D.G. Shakhmatov

Ryzhikh National Medical Research Centre of Coloproctology;
Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

M.A. Tarasov

Ryzhikh National Medical Research Centre for Coloproctology

A.I. Moskalev

Ryzhikh National Medical Research Centre of Coloproctology

The role of neutrophil CD64 index in the diagnosis of infectious complications after colorectal resection

Authors:

S.I. Achkasov, M.A. Sukhina, O.I. Sushkov, E.N. Nabiev, D.G. Shakhmatov, M.A. Tarasov, A.I. Moskalev

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Journal: Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2020;(10): 29‑35

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To cite this article:

Achkasov SI, Sukhina MA, Sushkov OI, Nabiev EN, Shakhmatov DG, Tarasov MA, Moskalev AI. The role of neutrophil CD64 index in the diagnosis of infectious complications after colorectal resection. Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2020;(10):29‑35. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/hirurgia202010129

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