Консенсус керівних настанов з клінічної практики ISPAD 2018 р. Розділ 3. Цукровий діабет 2 типу у молодих осіб

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  • Науковий переклад: Зелінська Наталія Борисівна Український науково-практичний центр ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України, Київ, Ukraine http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9000-8940
  • Науковий переклад: Грищенко Катерина Володимирівна Український науково-практичний центр ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України, Київ, Ukraine

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Настанови ISPAD, цукровий діабет 2 типу у молодих

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Науковий переклад: Зелінська Наталія Борисівна, Український науково-практичний центр ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України, Київ

Зелінська Наталія Борисівна, д. мед. н., професор, зав. відділу дитячої ендокринології
УНПЦ ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України

Науковий переклад: Грищенко Катерина Володимирівна, Український науково-практичний центр ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України, Київ

Грищенко Катерина Володимирівна, мол. наук. співроб. відділу дитячої ендокринології УНПЦ ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України

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