Atmospheric pressure does not influence acute diverticular disease

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Velayos Jiménez, Benito; Pons Renedo, Fernando; Fernández Salazar, Luis Ignacio; Muñoz, María Fe; Olmo Martínez, María Lourdes del; Almaraz Gómez, Ana; Beltrán de Heredia Rentería, Juan; Hernández González, José Manuel;

Producción Científica The article offers information on a study which examines the influence of atmospheric pressure on the development of acute diverticular disease. The value of atmospheric pressure and its daily trends in 2012 was collected to prove whether atmosp... View more
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