Tianjin First Central Hospital

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Tianjin First Central Hospital (Chinese :天津市第一中心医院) is a hospital in the Chinese metropolis of Tianjin. In addition to other medical services and teaching, it is a major center for liver transplants [1] and otorhinolaryngological diagnosis [2] . It was founded in 1949.

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  1. Shen, Z; Zhu, Z; Zhang, Y; Zheng, W; Zheng, H; Deng, Y; Pan, C; Song, W (2005). "Liver transplantation at Tianjin First Central Hospital". Clinical transplants: 221–3. PMID   17424740.
  2. "医院概况". Tianjin First Central Hospital (in Chinese). 2018. Retrieved 21 November 2021.