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Incidence of thrombosis associated with epsilon amino caproic acid administration and with combined epsilon amino caproic acid and sub cutaneous heparin therapy part 2 a clinical study with the aid of intra venous phlebography


, : Incidence of thrombosis associated with epsilon amino caproic acid administration and with combined epsilon amino caproic acid and sub cutaneous heparin therapy part 2 a clinical study with the aid of intra venous phlebography. Acta Chirurgica Scandinavica 136(3): 167-171


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