Osteochondroma of the rib: an unusual cause of haemothorax

Harrison, N K; Wilkinson, J; O'Donohue, J; Hansell, D; Sheppard, M N; Goldstraw, P G; Davison, A G; Newman Taylor, A J
June 1994
Thorax;Jun1994, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p618
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