Nº 028

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Linfoma no Hodgkin B de célula grande difuso, originado en células del donante, en paciente sometido a doble trasplante renal y hepático.

Alvarez Garcia, Augusto. Sanchez Blas, Mercedes. Arnal Monreal, Francisco. Gomez Gutierrez, Manuel.


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Alvarez Garcia, Augusto. Sanchez Blas, Mercedes. Arnal Monreal, Francisco. Gomez Gutierrez, Manuel.
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