Desmons, F.; Houdas, Y.; Lakiere, CH.
September 1976
Angiology;Sep1976, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p494
Academic Journal
Discusses the application of infrared thermography in the study of hemangiomas of children. Characteristics of the disease; Capacity of hemangiomas to modify skin temperature; Classifications of hemangiomas.


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