Effective immunosuppressive therapy in a patient with primary pulmonary hypertension

Bellotto, F.; Chiavacci, P.; Laveder, F.; Angelini, A.; Thiene, G.; Marcolongo, R.
April 1999
Thorax;Apr1999, p372
Academic Journal
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