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V.M. Durleshter

Regional Clinical Hospital No. 2;
Kuban State Medical University

P.V. Markov

Region Clinical Hospital No. 2;
Kuban State Medical University

V.S. Pykhteev

Region Clinical Hospital No. 2;
Kuban State Medical University

S.A. Gabriel

Regional Clinical Hospital No. 2;
Kuban State Medical University

V.Yu. Dynko

Regional Clinical Hospital No. 2

Minimally invasive treatment of post-burn esophageal perforation

Authors:

V.M. Durleshter, P.V. Markov, V.S. Pykhteev, S.A. Gabriel, V.Yu. Dynko

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Journal: Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2020;(12): 93‑98

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To cite this article:

Durleshter VM, Markov PV, Pykhteev VS, Gabriel SA, Dynko VYu. Minimally invasive treatment of post-burn esophageal perforation. Pirogov Russian Journal of Surgery. 2020;(12):93‑98. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/hirurgia202012193

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