Treatment of oesophageal small cell carcinoma by combined chemotherapy and surgical resection: report of two cases and review of published cases

Walker, S J; Steel, A; Cullen, M H; Matthews, H R
September 1989
Thorax;Sep1989, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p751
Academic Journal
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