REVISTA COLOMBIANA DE CIRUGÍA

 

SOPORTE NUTRICIONAL EN PANCREATITIS AGUDA SEVERA
Del ayuno a la nutrición Enteral

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Correspondencia:
Doctor Alvaro Enrique Sanabria Quiroga. Departamento de Cirugía General Hospital de San Vicente de Paúl. Universidad de Antioquia - Medellín.

 

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