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Role of the Endoscopic Ultrasonography in the Management of Gastric Lymphomas: Our Experience and Review of Literature

By Calogero Vetro, Alessandra Romano, Giuseppe A. Palumbo, Giacomo Bonanno and Francesco Di Raimondo

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Calogero Vetro, Alessandra Romano, Giuseppe A. Palumbo, Giacomo Bonanno and Francesco Di Raimondo (August 23rd 2011). Role of the Endoscopic Ultrasonography in the Management of Gastric Lymphomas: Our Experience and Review of Literature, Ultrasound Imaging Oleg Minin, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/25218. Available from:

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