Immunosuppression strategies after liver transplantation: a single centre experience in 57 liver transplant recipients.

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Published in Indian J Surg on July 30, 2008

Authors

Rajeev Sharma1, M R Rajasekar, Arun Raghuvanshi

Author Affiliations

1: Dept. of Hepatobiliary Surgery and Multiorgan Transplant, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Mathura Road, New Delhi, India.

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