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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · December 05, 2017

Defining a HbA1c Value That Predicts Increased Risk for Penile Implant Infection

BJU International

 

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BJU International
Defining a Hba1c Value That Predicts Increased Risk of Penile Implant Infection
BJU Int 2017 Nov 10;[EPub Ahead of Print], M Habous, R Tal, T Soliman, A Tealab, M Nassar, Z Mekawi, S Mahmoud, O Abdelwahab, M Elkhouly, H Kamr, A Remeah, S Binsaleh, D Ralph, J Mulhall

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