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Abstract. CSENDES J, Attila. Review of long term results of Nissen fundoplication . Rev Chil Cir [online]. , vol, n.5, pp ISSN Resumen. CSENDES, Attila; DIAZ, Juan Carlos; BURDILES, Patricio y MALUENDA, Femando. Laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication. Experience in patients. El esófago de Barrett no incrementa la tasa de fallos de la fundoplicatura de NissenBarrett’s esophagus does not increase the failure rate of Nissen.

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