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Рекомендации Британского торакального общества (BTS) по обследованию взрослых больных с односторонним плевральным выпотом

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Н.А. Маскелл


Р.Дж.А. Бутланд


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Маскелл Н., Бутланд Р. Рекомендации Британского торакального общества (BTS) по обследованию взрослых больных с односторонним плевральным выпотом . Пульмонология. 2006;(2):13-26.

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