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Malabsorption in pregnancy after biliopancreatic diversion for morbid obesity

Lourdes I St George and Daniel Lin
Med J Aust 2005; 182 (6): 308-309.

Lourdes I St George,* Daniel Lin

* Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Suite 4, 36 Belmore Street, Burwood, NSW 2134. Paediatrician, Westmead Private Hospital, Westmead, NSW. lourdesstgeorgeATbigpond.com

Lourdes I St George, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist2
Daniel Lin, Paediatrician2
1 Suite 4, 36 Belmore Street, Burwood, NSW 2134.
2 Westmead Private Hospital, Westmead, NSW.
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