Lung diffusion: theoretical aspects and guidelines for measurement

J. E. Cotes (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)

Source: Annual Congress 2004 - PG13 - Lung diffusion measurements in diseases
Session: PG13 - Lung diffusion measurements in diseases
Session type: Postgraduate Course
Number: 73

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