Outcome of surgical and endoscopic lung volume reduction with valves in patients with severe lung emphysema: current data of 246 patients with 3 months follow-up from a Lung Emphysema Registry in Germany

P. Lenga (Berlin, Germany), C. Grah (Berlin, Germany), J. Rückert (Berlin, Germany), J. Pfannschmidt (Berlin, Germany), S. Eggeling (Berlin, Germany), S. Kurz (Berlin, Germany), G. Leschber (Berlin, Germany), B. Schmidt (Berlin, Germany), P. Schneider (Berlin, Germany), A. Gebhardt (Berlin, Germany), B. Becke (Brandenburg, Germany), R. Hübner (Berlin, Germany)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Challenging issues in thoracic surgery
Session: Challenging issues in thoracic surgery
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4095

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P. Lenga (Berlin, Germany), C. Grah (Berlin, Germany), J. Rückert (Berlin, Germany), J. Pfannschmidt (Berlin, Germany), S. Eggeling (Berlin, Germany), S. Kurz (Berlin, Germany), G. Leschber (Berlin, Germany), B. Schmidt (Berlin, Germany), P. Schneider (Berlin, Germany), A. Gebhardt (Berlin, Germany), B. Becke (Brandenburg, Germany), R. Hübner (Berlin, Germany). Outcome of surgical and endoscopic lung volume reduction with valves in patients with severe lung emphysema: current data of 246 patients with 3 months follow-up from a Lung Emphysema Registry in Germany. 4095

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