Correlation of Histopathologic Findings of Non-Graft Threatening Preservation/Reperfusion Injury in Time-Zero Liver Needle Biopsies With Short-Term Post-transplantation Laboratory Alterations

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To Cite : Shahbazi N, Haeri H, Nasiri Toosi M, Jafarian A, Shahsiah R, et al. Correlation of Histopathologic Findings of Non-Graft Threatening Preservation/Reperfusion Injury in Time-Zero Liver Needle Biopsies With Short-Term Post-transplantation Laboratory Alterations, Hepat Mon. 2015 ;15(6):e30008. doi: 10.5812/hepatmon.30008v2.
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