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Colon Disease : Hyperplasia in Colon Tissue

By Sal Khan

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Book Id: WPLBN0002822984
Format Type: Video (Educational Video)
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Reproduction Date: 2012

Title: Colon Disease : Hyperplasia in Colon Tissue  
Author: Sal Khan
Volume: Science & Economics series
Language: English
Subject: Science, Science & Economics, Healthcare and Medicine
Collections: Educational Videos, Colon Disease series
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Publisher: Khan Academy
Member Page: Khan Academy

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Khan, S. (n.d.). Colon Disease : Hyperplasia in Colon Tissue. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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Dr. Andy Connolly from Stanford Medical School shows Sal what hyperplasia in colon tissue looks like

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Videos about medicine and the healthcare system

Table of Contents
medicine, pathology, histology

 

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