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Research and development of a new RF-assisted device for bloodless rapid transection of the liver: Computational modeling and in vivo experiments

By Fernando Burdío, Enrique J Berjano, Ana Navarro, José M Burdío, Luis Grande, Ana Gonzalez, Ignacio Cruz, Antonio Güemes, Ramón Sousa, Jorge Subirá, Tomás Castiella, Ignasi Poves and Juan L Lequerica
Topics: Research
Publisher: BioMed Central
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