Mesothelioma is associated with ipsilateral thoracic muscle loss

A. Kidd (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), A. Winter (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), L. Miller (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), W. Baird (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), C. Dick (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), D. Pearce (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), W. Sloan (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), G. Cowell (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), C. Noble (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), A. Smith (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), P. Westwood (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), T. Hopkins (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), N. Williams (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), H. Walter (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), A. King (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), D. Fennell (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), K. Blyth (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Novel directions in pleural disease: bench to bedside
Session: Novel directions in pleural disease: bench to bedside
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 1147
Disease area: Thoracic oncology

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A. Kidd (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), A. Winter (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), L. Miller (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), W. Baird (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), C. Dick (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), D. Pearce (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), W. Sloan (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), G. Cowell (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), C. Noble (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), A. Smith (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), P. Westwood (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), T. Hopkins (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), N. Williams (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), H. Walter (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), A. King (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), D. Fennell (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom), K. Blyth (Glasgow (Glasgow), United Kingdom). Mesothelioma is associated with ipsilateral thoracic muscle loss. 1147

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