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Encapsulating Peritoneal Sclerosis – Rare Cause Of Bowel Obstruction

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  • Department of General and Hand Surgery, Pomeranian Medical UniversityKierownik: prof. dr hab.
  • Department of General Surgery, 109 Military Hospital in SzczecinKoordynator: dr n. med.
  • Department of General Surgery, 109 Military Hospital in SzczecinKoordynator: dr n. med.
  • Department of General Surgery, 109 Military Hospital in SzczecinKoordynator: dr n. med.
  • Department of Thoracic Surgery and Transplantology, Pomeranian Medical UniversityKierownik: prof. dr hab.
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