Relation of pulmonary lymphangio-leiomyomatosis to use of the oral contraceptive pill and fertility in the UK: a national case control study

Wahedna, I; Cooper, S; Williams, J; Paterson, I C; Britton, J R; Tattersfield, A E
September 1994
Thorax;Sep1994, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p910
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