Deeper into the mediastinum: Topographical distribution and histological patterns of occult pN2 disease in NSCLC patients .

D. Lioumpas (Athens, Greece), P. Tomos (Athens, Greece), S. Zaragkas (Athens, Greece), D. Fillipou (Thessaloniki, Greece), N. Tzatzadakis (Athens, Greece), T. Michos (Athens, Greece), N. Fili (Athens, Greece), I. Stamatatos (Thessaloniki, Greece), C. Balakera (Athens, Greece), I. Samiotis (Athens, Greece), K. Bouboulis (Athens, Greece), A. Kleontas (Thessaloniki, Greece)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Screening and early lung cancer
Session: Screening and early lung cancer
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 1618
Disease area: Thoracic oncology

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