Spectacle sign

Sureka, Binit; Mittal, Mahesh Kumar; Mittal, Aliza; Thukral, Brij Bhushan
October 2013
Lung India;
A letter to the editor is presented about the importance of spectacle sign while interpreting chest X-ray.


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