Congenital intra-thoracic kidney associated to Bochdalek hernia in an adult patient

Ciuni, R.; Mauro, G.; Biondi, A.; Mamone, G.; Basile, F.; Gruttadauria, S.
October 2011
Hernia;Oct2011, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p599
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Bochdalek hernia in the adult: demographics, presentation, and surgical management," by S. R. Brown and colleagues in the February 2011 issue.


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