A Case Report of Mature Teratoma on Right Lung Lobe and Middle Mediastinum

Shuihong Lan; Xinhua Wang; Junfeng Chen
May 2011
Chinese Journal of Lung Cancer;May2011, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p459
Academic Journal
Case Study
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