Treatment of symptomatic pulmonary aspergillomas with intracavitary instillation of amphotericin B through an indwelling catheter

Jackson, M; Flower, C D; Shneerson, J M
September 1993
Thorax;Sep1993, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p928
Academic Journal
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