PMID: 14451501Feb 17, 1962Paper

Cause of hypoalbuminaemia in patients with gastrointestinal and cardiac disease

Lancet
K N JEEJEEBHOY

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Oct 1, 1963·The American Journal of Digestive Diseases·N E DIAMANT, L S VALBERG
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