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A Comparative Study of Eight Fecal Occult Blood Tests and HemoQuant in Patients in Whom Colonoscopy Is Indicated

N. Gopalswamy, MD; Herbert P. Stelling, MD; Ronald J. Markert, PhD; Henry N. Maimon, MD; Sheri D. Wahlen, MD; Richard I. Haddy, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(12):1043-1048.

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