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Skip to main content home help publications browse by subject resources about us login enter e-mail address enter password remember me not registered? Forgotten password? Institutional login > home > pathology > pathology > histopathology > vol 61 issue 4 > abstract journal tools get new content alerts get rss feed save to my profile get sample copy recommend to your librarian journal menu journal home find issues current issue all issues virtual issues find articles early view accepted articles most accessed most cited get access subscribe / renew for contributors onlineopen author guidelines submit an article about this journal news overview editorial board permissions advertise contact special features from this month's histopathology wiley's pathology collection wiley job network professional opportunities lesson of the month penile calciphylaxis: an unusual cause of penile necrosis isha prematilleke1, olivia espinosa1, jane henderson2, paul altmann2, ian roberts1 article first published online: 6 mar 2012 doi: 10. buy viagra online viagra online viagra for sale cheap viagra online viagra online buy viagra online viagra online cheap generic viagra 1111/j. 1365-2559. 2011. 04118. X © 2012 blackwell publishing ltd issue histopathology volume 61, issue 4, pages 749–750, october 2012 additional information how to cite prematilleke, i. , espinosa, o. , henderson, j. , altmann, p. And roberts, i. (2012), penile calciphylaxis: an unusual cause of penile necrosis. Histopathology, 61: 749–750. Doi: 10. 1111/j. 1365-2559. 2011. 04118. X author information 1 1department of cellular pathology, john radcliffe hospital, oxford 2 department of renal medicine, churchill hospital, oxford publication history issue published online: 27 sep 2012 article first published online: 6 mar 2012 search search scope all content publication titles in this journal in this issue search string advanced > saved searches > search by citation volume: issue: page: article tools get pdf (233k) save to my profile e-mail link to this article export citation for this article get citation alerts request permissions abstract article references cited by view full article (html) get pdf (233k) no abstract is available for this article. V.

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