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Accuracy of ED Bedside Ultrasound for Identification of gallstones: retrospective analysis of 575 studies

By William Scruggs, J. Christian Fox, Brian Potts, Alexander Zlidenny, JoAnne McDonough, Craig L. Anderson, Jarrod Larson, Graciela Barajas and Mark I. Langdorf
Topics: Original Research
Publisher: Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
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