Assessment of fibrosis in lung biopsies from the European childhood interstitial lung disease (chILD) registry

M. Griese (Munich, Germany), E. Seidl (Munich, Germany), K. Knoflach (Munich, Germany), J. Ley-Zaporozhan (Munich, Germany), B. Kammer (Munich, Germany), I. Krueger-Stollfuss (Munich, Germany), S. Reu-Hofer (Wuerzburg, Germany), N. Schwerk (Hannover, Germany), J. Carlens (Hannover, Germany), M. Wetzke (Hannover, Germany), N. Emiralioglu (Ankara, Turkey), N. Kiper (Ankara, Turkey), F. Stehling (Essen, Germany), J. Lange (Warsaw, Poland), K. Krenke (Warsaw, Poland)

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M. Griese (Munich, Germany), E. Seidl (Munich, Germany), K. Knoflach (Munich, Germany), J. Ley-Zaporozhan (Munich, Germany), B. Kammer (Munich, Germany), I. Krueger-Stollfuss (Munich, Germany), S. Reu-Hofer (Wuerzburg, Germany), N. Schwerk (Hannover, Germany), J. Carlens (Hannover, Germany), M. Wetzke (Hannover, Germany), N. Emiralioglu (Ankara, Turkey), N. Kiper (Ankara, Turkey), F. Stehling (Essen, Germany), J. Lange (Warsaw, Poland), K. Krenke (Warsaw, Poland). Assessment of fibrosis in lung biopsies from the European childhood interstitial lung disease (chILD) registry. 5257

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