Burdelski, M.; Ullrich, K.
November 1999
European Journal of Pediatrics. Supplement;1999, Vol. 158, pS33
Academic Journal
Presents a preface on the international symposium on "Indication for Liver Transplantation in Metabolic Disorders" held in November 1997 in Fulda, Germany. Presence of experts in the field of transplantation and metabolic disorders from all over Europe and the U.S.; Inclusion of the reviews presented in the symposium in the "European Journal of Pediatrics".


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