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Published in Gastroenterology

Expert Opinion / My Approach · April 14, 2015

MY APPROACH to Endoscopic Techniques to Improve the Adenoma Detection Rate

Written by
Joseph D. Feuerstein MD
Mandeep Sawhney MD, MS, FASGE

 

Additional Info

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