Bilateral pulmonary alveolar infiltrate and prostate tumour in a 54-year-old man

Figueiredo, André A.; Brandão, Guilherme; Dentz, Leonardo C.; Alves, Christiane Meurer; Stroppa, Antanio E. S.; Figueiredo, André A; Brandão, Guilherme; Stroppa, Antônio E S
November 2007
Thorax;Nov2007, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p1002
Academic Journal
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A quiz about the relation between the prostate tumor and the pulmonary disease is presented.


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