December 1986
Angiology;Dec1986 Part 1, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p925
Academic Journal
Presents a correction to the article entitled, "Pulmonary Edema of Environmental Origin Newer Concepts," which appeared in the June 1986 issue of the journal "Angiology."


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