Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
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Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
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Beaver tail liver: an incidental but crucial anatomical variation in case of acute abdomen

Hígado de cola de castor: una variación anatómica incidental pero crucial en caso de abdomen agudo

Serghei Covantsev, Ivan Lebedinsky, Diana Slepuhkova, Maria Kovaleva, Karina Mulaeva

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Keywords

Beaver tail liver; Liver; Anatomy; Spleen

Palabras clave

Hígado de cola de castor; Hígado; Anatomía; Bazo

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Submitted date:
12/31/2022

Reviewed date:
02/01/2023

Accepted date:
02/06/2023

Publication date:
02/06/2023

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