2009 - ISBTS (ITA)


Room A

1.5 - PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF ADULT INTESTINAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA ESPERIENCE

Presenter: L., Golfieri, Bologna, Italy
Authors: L. Golfieri, A Lauro, E. Tossani, L. Sirri, A. Venturoli, A.Dazzi, C. Zanfi, M. Zanello, G. Vetrone, A. Cucchetti, G. Ercolani, M. Vivarelli, M. Del Gaudio,M. Ravaioli, M. Cescon, GL. Grazi, S. Faenza, S. Grandi, A.D.

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