Hepato-biliary disease in men Free

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Describing two case studies in detail, one malignant and one benign case of hepato-biliary disease, Mr Charles Imber covers how to investigate, diagnose early, and treat the issue. 

This lecture was filmed at the "Men's Health Conference" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 1st of June 2017

Length: 00:20:57

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