Revisión y guía de abordaje clínico | 29 MAR 22

Derrame pleural unilateral

Revisión del tema a partir de un caso clínico.
Autor/a: Dana Li, A Syed Ajmal, B Muhammad Fuente: Clinical Medicine 2021 Vol 21, No 6: e5616 Modern day management of a unilateral pleural effusion
INDICE:  1. Página 1 | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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