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Severe inflammatory reaction induced by peritoneal trauma is the key driving mechanism of postoperative adhesion formation

Sergei V Pismensky, Zhomart R Kalzhanov, Marina Yu Eliseeva, Ioannis P Kosmas and Ospan A Mynbaev*

BMC Surgery 2011, 11:30  doi:10.1186/1471-2482-11-30

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Severe inflammatory reaction induced by peritoneal trauma is the key driving mechanism of postoperative adhesion formation

chris vanheihgen   (2012-05-11 15:22)  University email

This is a scholar paper with excelent design and simple assays. My comgratulations to authors!
Chris vanHeihgen, MD

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