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Morphological Features and Immunohistochemical Expression of p57Kip2 in Early Molar Pregnancies and Their Relations to the Progression to Persistent Trophoblastic Disease
Marwa Khashaba, Mohammad Arafa, Eman Elsalkh, Reda Hemida, Wagiha Kandil
JPTM. 2017;51(4):381-387.   Published online 2017 June 12    DOI: https://doi.org/10.4132/jptm.2017.04.28

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Morphological Features and Immunohistochemical Expression of p57Kip2 in Early Molar Pregnancies and Their Relations to the Progression to Persistent Trophoblastic Disease
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