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Mucosal invasion by fusobacteria is a common feature of acute appendicitis in Germany, Russia, and China

Swidsinski Alexander, Dörffel Yvonne, Loening-Baucke Vera, Tertychnyy Alexander, Biche-ool Salbakay, Stonogin Sergei, Guo Yi, Sun Ning-Dong

Year : 2012| Volume: 18| Issue : 1 | Page no: 55-58

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