Pleuroparenchymal fibroelastosis in systemic sclerosis: prevalence and prognostic impact

M. Bonifazi (Ancona (AN), Italy), N. Sverzellati (Parma (PR) , Italy), E. Negri (Milano (MI), Italy), J. Jacob (London , United Kingdom), R. Egashira (Saga, Japan), S. Piciucchi (Forlì, Italy), F. Mei (Ancona (AN), Italy), A. De Lauretis (Garbagnate Milanse (MI), Italy), D. Visca (Tradate (VA), Italy), N. Goh (Melburne, Australia), M. Bonini (Rome (RM), Italy), C. La Vecchia (Milan (MI), Italy), F. Chua (London, United Kingdom), V. Kouranos (London, United Kingdom), G. Margaritopoulos (manchester, United Kingdom), M. Kokosi (London, United Kingdom), T. Maher (London, United Kingdom), S. Gasparini (Ancona (AN) , Italy), A. Gabrielli (Ancona (AN), Italy), A. Wells (London , United Kingdom), E. Renzoni (London, United Kingdom)

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M. Bonifazi (Ancona (AN), Italy), N. Sverzellati (Parma (PR) , Italy), E. Negri (Milano (MI), Italy), J. Jacob (London , United Kingdom), R. Egashira (Saga, Japan), S. Piciucchi (Forlì, Italy), F. Mei (Ancona (AN), Italy), A. De Lauretis (Garbagnate Milanse (MI), Italy), D. Visca (Tradate (VA), Italy), N. Goh (Melburne, Australia), M. Bonini (Rome (RM), Italy), C. La Vecchia (Milan (MI), Italy), F. Chua (London, United Kingdom), V. Kouranos (London, United Kingdom), G. Margaritopoulos (manchester, United Kingdom), M. Kokosi (London, United Kingdom), T. Maher (London, United Kingdom), S. Gasparini (Ancona (AN) , Italy), A. Gabrielli (Ancona (AN), Italy), A. Wells (London , United Kingdom), E. Renzoni (London, United Kingdom). Pleuroparenchymal fibroelastosis in systemic sclerosis: prevalence and prognostic impact. 792

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