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Внелабораторная оценка одышки и функционального статуса при бронхолегочной патологии (обзор литературы)

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С. Ю. Чикина
НИИ пульмонологии Минздрава РФ
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Чикина С.Ю. Внелабораторная оценка одышки и функционального статуса при бронхолегочной патологии (обзор литературы). Пульмонология. 2004;(5):98-108.

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Chikina S.Yu. Field evaluation of dyspnea and functional status in respiratory pathology (review). PULMONOLOGIYA. 2004;(5):98-108. (In Russ.)

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