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Методы обнаружения кристаллов в суставах: status praesens. Часть 1

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Kabalyk M.A., Дубиков А.И., Petrikeyeva T.Y. Методы обнаружения кристаллов в суставах: status praesens. Часть 1. Научно-практическая ревматология. 2012;50(3):87-91.

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Kabalyk M.A., Dubikov A.I., Petrikeyeva T.Y. Methods for detection of crystals in the joints: Status praesens. Part I. Rheumatology Science and Practice. 2012;50(3):87-91. (In Russ.)

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