Abstract| Volume 30, ISSUE 2, P148, March 2006

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Percutaneous radiologic gastrostomy versus percutaneous endoscopy gastrostomy: a comparison of indications, complications and outcomes in 370 patients

      Objective: Percutaneous access to the stomach can be achieved by endoscopic or fluoroscopic methods. Our objective was to compare indications, complications, efficacy and outcomes of these two techniques.
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