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Shoulder pain after gynaecological laparoscopy caused by arm abduction

  • Y. Kojima (a1), S. Yokota (a1) and H. Ina (a2)


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Correspondence to: Yuko Kojima, Department of Anesthesiology, Suwa Red Cross Hospital, 5-11-50 Kogandori, Suwa City, Nagano 392-8510, Japan. E-mail:; Tel: +81 266 52 6111; Fax: +81 266 57 6036


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