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М. В. Копп
ГБУЗ «Самарский областной клинический онкологический диспансер»

И. А. Королева
ГБУЗ «Самарский областной клинический онкологический диспансер»

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Kopp M.V., Koroleva I.A. Multidisciplinary approach in diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal stromal tumors. Malignant tumours. 2013;(1):15-27. (In Russ.)

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