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Challenging situations in partial nephrectomy. / Raison, Nicholas Tobias Johannes; Doeuk, Norbert; Malthouse, Theo; Kasivisvanathan, Veeru; Lam, Wayne; Challacombe, Benjamin.

In: International Journal Of Surgery, 02.06.2016.

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Raison, NTJ, Doeuk, N, Malthouse, T, Kasivisvanathan, V, Lam, W & Challacombe, B 2016, 'Challenging situations in partial nephrectomy', International Journal Of Surgery. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsu.2016.05.070

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Raison, N. T. J., Doeuk, N., Malthouse, T., Kasivisvanathan, V., Lam, W., & Challacombe, B. (2016). Challenging situations in partial nephrectomy. International Journal Of Surgery. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsu.2016.05.070

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Raison NTJ, Doeuk N, Malthouse T, Kasivisvanathan V, Lam W, Challacombe B. Challenging situations in partial nephrectomy. International Journal Of Surgery. 2016 Jun 2. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsu.2016.05.070

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Raison, Nicholas Tobias Johannes ; Doeuk, Norbert ; Malthouse, Theo ; Kasivisvanathan, Veeru ; Lam, Wayne ; Challacombe, Benjamin. / Challenging situations in partial nephrectomy. In: International Journal Of Surgery. 2016.

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