PMID: 5828710Oct 1, 1965Paper

The value of percutaneous cholangiography

The British Journal of Surgery
P GeorgeS Sherlock

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Jul 1, 1953·The British Journal of Surgery·A W NURICKC G WHITESIDE
Feb 1, 1956·A.M.A. Archives of Surgery·H A KIDD
May 1, 1961·Annals of Internal Medicine·A A KAPLANA L BLOCK
Sep 1, 1962·Annals of Surgery·F GLENNB THORBJARNARSON
Apr 27, 1963·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·D D HARVILLE, W H SUMMERSKILL

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Jun 1, 1978·Australasian Radiology·M BerryS Bhargava
Sep 9, 1967·Lancet·J B BourkeH D Ritchie
Oct 1, 1975·The British Journal of Surgery·A WatsonB Torrance
Aug 1, 1971·Archives françaises des maladies de l'appareil digestif·F FékétéC Moine
Jun 1, 1966·Irish Journal of Medical Science·S Sherlock
Aug 1, 1971·The British Journal of Surgery·A L Machado
Oct 1, 1972·The American Journal of Digestive Diseases·C HinesR A Tutton
Jan 1, 1972·The British Journal of Surgery·J S Kenefick
Jan 1, 1967·Postgraduate Medicine·L Schiff
Mar 1, 1977·The British Journal of Radiology·S JainS Sherlock
Apr 1, 1976·Postgraduate Medical Journal·S D SlaterR S Patrick
Oct 1, 1969·Postgraduate Medicine·R G Elmslie, G Newstead
Feb 1, 1977·Gut·F R VicaryR J Blackwell
Mar 1, 1972·Postgraduate Medicine·M J GuiberteauR K Goyal
May 18, 1968·The Medical Journal of Australia·W D Miller
Jul 24, 1971·The Medical Journal of Australia·G R Faithfull, P T Andersen

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