Post-transplant indolent T cell lymphoproliferative disorder in living donor liver transplantation: a case report
Surgical Case Reports, June 2020
Ryoichi Goto, Norio Kawamura, Masaaki Watanabe, Yasuyuki Koshizuka, Souichi Shiratori, Momoko Ara, Shohei Honda, Tomoko Mitsuhashi, Yoshihiro Matsuno, Tsuyoshi Shimamura, Akinobu Taketomi
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