Superior vena cava obstruction caused by radiation induced venous fibrosis

Van Putten, J. W. G.; Schlosser, N. J. J.; Vujaskovic, Z.; VanDer Leest, A. H. D.; Groen, H. J. M.
March 2000
Thorax;Mar2000, p245
Academic Journal
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