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M.I. Mikhaylichenko

Chita State Medical Academy

M.S. Kuznetsov

Chita State Medical Academy

A.A. Krasilnikov

Regional Clinical Hospital

Venous gangrene of small intestine following coronavirus infection (SARS-COVID-19)


M.I. Mikhaylichenko, M.S. Kuznetsov, A.A. Krasilnikov

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Journal: Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2023;(11): 118‑122

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To cite this article:

Mikhaylichenko MI, Kuznetsov MS, Krasilnikov AA. Venous gangrene of small intestine following coronavirus infection (SARS-COVID-19). Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2023;(11):118‑122. (In Russ.)

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