Naphade, Prashant S.; Bhagwat, Mahesh R.; Keraliya, Abhishek R.; Suryakar, Vadyadhar P.
March 2015
Archives of Iranian Medicine (AIM);Mar2015, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p203
Academic Journal
Several photographs of medical images including ultrasound of neck, Axial and postcontrast CT images of a patient with painless swelling in his neck is presented.


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