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Routine Esophagograms After Hiatus Hernia Repair Minimizes Reoperative Morbidity: A Multicenter Comparative Cohort Study

01 Dec 2022 11:18 AM | Anonymous

Liu, David S. PhD, FRACS*,†; Wee, Melissa Y. MD*; Grantham, James P. MBBS*; Ong, Bee S. MD*; Ng, Stephanie G. MD*; To, Minh-Son MD*; Zhou, Xuanyu MBBS*; Irvine, Tanya BSc (Hons)*; Bright, Tim MS, FRACS*,‡; Thompson, Sarah K. PhD, FRACS*,‡; Dandie, Lachlan MBBS, FRACS*,§; Shenfine, Jonathan PhD, FRACS*; Watson, David I. PhD, FRACS*,‡

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