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Gastroent Hepatol 2022; 76(3): 194–211. doi: 10.48095/ccgh2022194.

Gastroscopy – quality standards of the Czech Society of Gastroenterology

Jiří Cyrany1,2, Karel Balihar  3, Přemysl Falt  4,5, Darina Kohoutová1, Jan Martínek  6,7, Ivana Mikoviny-Kajzrlíková8, Robert Procházka  9, Tomáš Vaňásek  10, Stanislav Rejchrt  1, Radek Kroupa11, Hana Klusáková1, Michal Štěpán12

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