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A unifying hypothesis: How do bacterial translocation, ammonia and inflammation contribute to hepatic encephalopathy?
ILC Online Library. Jalan R. Apr 13, 2016; 130963 Disclosure(s): See Slides
Dr. Rajiv Jalan
Dr. Rajiv Jalan
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