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Остеопороз и остеопатии

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Патология костной системы при вторичномгиперпаратиреозе у пациентов с терминальнойстадией хронической болезни почек на заместительнойпочечной терапии (гемодиализ) (обзор литературы)

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Rozhinskaya L.Y., Egshatyan L.V. Patologiya kostnoy sistemy pri vtorichnomgiperparatireoze u patsientov s terminal'noystadiey khronicheskoy bolezni pochek na zamestitel'noypochechnoy terapii (gemodializ) (obzor literatury). Osteoporosis and Bone Diseases. 2010;13(2):18-22. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.14341/osteo2010218-22

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