Estimado Dr (a) le invitamos a ver la siguiente cápsula: Criterios para inicio temprano de terapia a base de insulina en pacientes con Diabetes de larga evolución

Por la Dra. Rutila Castañeda Limones. Especialista en Endocrinología Clínica Eugenio Sue. Cédula: 1237319

 

 

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