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Significance of platelet count in esophageal carcinomas

Aminian Ali, Karimian Faramarz, Mirsharifi Rasoul, Alibakhshi Abbas, Dashti Habibollah, Jahangiri Yosra, Safari Saeed, Ghaderi Hamid, Noaparast Morteza, Hasani Sharareh M, Mirsharifi Alireza

Year : 2011| Volume: 17| Issue : 2 | Page no: 134-137

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