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A new method of phlebography: carboxyangiography extended to exploration of the venous system and more precisely, to study of the supra-hepatic veins


, : A new method of phlebography: carboxyangiography extended to exploration of the venous system and more precisely, to study of the supra-hepatic veins. Annales de Radiologie 16(5): 305-330


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