Dysphagie und Odynophagie -- Was tun, wenn's klemmt und schmerzt?

Valli, Piero V.; Georgi, Anna; Gubler, Christoph
August 2011
Praxis (16618157);8/10/2011, Vol. 100 Issue 16, p949
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