Preoperative laser therapy in a patient with resectable bronchogenic carcinoma and severe coronary artery disease

Powney, J; Scott, A D; George, P J; Feneck, R O; Wright, J; Barnes, N C
December 1992
Thorax;Dec1992, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p1075
Academic Journal
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