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|Ovarian stimulation and liver dysfunction: Is a clinical relationship possible? A case of hepatic failure after repeated cycles of ovarian stimulation|
|Emilio Giugliano, Elisa Cagnazzo, Giancarlo Pansini, Fortunato Vesce, Roberto Marci|
Clin Exp Reprod Med. 2013;40(1):38-41. Published online March 31, 2013
Ovarian stimulation and liver dysfunction: Is a clinical relationship possible? A case of hepatic failure after repeated cycles of ovarian stimulation
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