Indications for Defaecography

  • A. Rühl
  • J. F. Erckenbrecht
  • M.-C. Marti
  • J. Hirsig
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Keywords

Neuropathy Barium Expense Neurol Constipation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Rühl
  • J. F. Erckenbrecht
  • M.-C. Marti
  • J. Hirsig

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