Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Cholangiocarcinoma
Amir Rizwan Chohan, Muhammad Umar, Bushra Khaar, Muhammad Khurram, Muhammad Zahid, Syed Fahd Shah, Faiz Anwar, Asad Nasir, Rizwan Iqbal, Muhammad Shahzad Mumtaz Ansari Demographic Features of Hepatocellular Carcinoma: A Study of 30 Cases. J Rawal Med Coll Dec 2001;5(2):81-3.
Changez Hakeem Khan Choledochal Cysts in Children and Adults. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Dec 2001;11(12):739-42.
Asif Zubair Bhatti, M Imtiaz Rasool, Masood Rashid, Safdar Ali Malik, Asim Shabbir, Umar Javeed, Abu Zar Manan Agenesis of Gall Bladder. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Dec 2001;11(12):770-2.
Javed Iqbal Farooqi, Rushsana Javed Farooqi Cholangiocarcinoma. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Nov 2001;11(11):723-7.
Muhammad Nadeem Aslam, Khakid Masood Gondal, Saquib Zahur, Abrar Ashraf Ali, Syed Asghar Naqi, Abdul Majeed Chaudhry Hepatocellular Carcinoma in our set-up: An overview. Ann King Edward Med Uni Jul - Sep 2001;7(3):177-9.
Mahmood Ayyaz, Muhammad Waris, Fraz Fahim Presentation and Etiological Factors of Cancer Gall Bladder in Patients undergoing Cholecystectomies at Mayo Hospital, Lahore. Ann King Edward Med Uni Apr - Jun 2001;7(2):138-40.
Iram Nadeem, Abdul Hannan Nagi Morphological Profile of Gall Bladder Disease. J Rawal Med Coll Dec 2000;4(1-2):30-3.
Ghulam Ghaus Shah, Ishtiaq Ahmed Qureshi, Tariq Hakim, Bilal Ahmed Tarin, Muhammad Ashraf Farooq, Parvez Saleem Qureshi Radiological aspects of Hepatocellular Carcinoma: A Hospital based study. Pak Armed Forces Med J Jun 1999;49(1):54-7.
Ghulam Mustafa Arain, Ghulam Mustafa Arain, Safdar Ali Malik, Shamin Jafri Incidence of Salmonella in Gall Bladder Disease. Mother & Child Sep 1998;13(3):100-3.
Azhar Mubarik, Manzoor Ahmad, C M Rafi, Amir Hussain Khan, Sajid Mushtaq The carcinoma of Gall Bladder in Males - Is it different than in Females?. Pak Armed Forces Med J Jun 1997;47(1):29-33.
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