Accuracy of the calculated estimated postoperative pulmonary function (CEPPF) in lung cancer patients

F. H. M. van Vollenhoven, T. A. G. M. van de Looi, Y. Berk, M. E. Keemers- Gels, Y. F. Heijdra, J. P. Janssen (Nijmegen, Netherlands)

Source: Annual Congress 2007 - Prognosis and diagnosis of thoracic malignancies
Session: Prognosis and diagnosis of thoracic malignancies
Session type: Thematic Poster Session
Number: 3900

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