Case of spontaneous haemothorax associated with an endodermal sinus tumour

Karaböcüoglu, M; Ugur, S; Uzel, N; Dayioglu, E; Yilmazbayhan, D; Ilhan, R
October 1993
Thorax;Oct1993, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p1047
Academic Journal
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