High-resolution CT in chronic pulmonary changes after mustard gas exposure

Hemmingsson, Anders
May 2003
Acta Radiologica;May2003, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p240
Academic Journal
Cites an article by M.H. Bagheri and colleagues about lung lesions as sequelae of mustard gas exposure in persons surviving in the Shiraz region of Iran in 1982-88, published in the May 2003 issue of 'Acta Radiologica.' Description of the lesions.


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