Musculoskeletal images. Clavicular soft-tissue mass

April 2001
Canadian Journal of Surgery;Apr2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p88
Academic Journal
Presents a clinical case of a patient with a clavicular soft-tissue mass. Presenting signs and symptoms; Results of diagnostic examinations performed; Therapeutic interventions.


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