Pneumomediastinum--an unusual complication of diabetic ketoacidosis

Katreddy, Venkata M. R.; Varughese, George I.; Nayak, Ananth U.
June 2013
New Zealand Medical Journal;6/14/2013, Vol. 126 Issue 1376, p97
Academic Journal
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