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Изменения в легких вследствие лекарственной терапии больных лимфомой Ходжкина

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Изменения в легких вследствие лекарственной терапии больных лимфомой Ходжкина.

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А. А. Даниленко
ФГБУ "Медицинский радиологический научный центр" Минздрава РФ

к. м. н., старший научный сотрудник

249036, Калужская область, г. Обнинск, ул. Королева, 4

С. В. Шахтарина
ФГБУ "Медицинский радиологический научный центр" Минздрава РФ

д. м. н., ведущий научный сотрудник

249036, Калужская область, г. Обнинск, ул. Королева, 4

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Для цитирования:

Даниленко А.А., Шахтарина С.В. Изменения в легких вследствие лекарственной терапии больных лимфомой Ходжкина. Пульмонология. 2013;(1):95-100.

For citation:

Danilenko A.A., Shakhtarina S.V. Pulmonary lesions due to drug therapy of Hodgkin's lymphoma. PULMONOLOGIYA. 2013;(1):95-100. (In Russ.)

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