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Gastroent Hepatol 2020; 74(2): 103–110. doi:10.14735/amgh2020103.

Guideline of the Czech Hepatology Society of the ČLS JEP for diagnosis and treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Radan Brůha1, Karel Dvořák2, Tomáš Fejfar3, Václav Šmíd1, Pavel Trunečka4

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