Ciliary disorientation: a possible variant of primary ciliary dyskinesia

Rutman, A; Cullinan, P; Woodhead, M; Cole, P J; Wilson, R
July 1993
Thorax;Jul1993, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p770
Academic Journal
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