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I.A. Nechai

St. Petersburg State University;
St. Petersburg City Hospital No. 40

N.P. Maltsev

St. Petersburg City Hospital No. 40

M.V. Pavlov

St. Petersburg State University

Surgical treatment of pilonidal disease


I.A. Nechai, N.P. Maltsev, M.V. Pavlov

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Journal: Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2020;(12): 99‑104

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To cite this article:

Nechai IA, Maltsev NP, Pavlov MV. Surgical treatment of pilonidal disease. Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2020;(12):99‑104. (In Russ.)

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