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SERAM 2014 / S-0421
Lesiones suprarrenales: caracterización por imagen con correlación patológica y algoritmo diagnóstico.
Congress: SERAM 2014
Poster No.: S-0421
Type: Presentación Electrónica Educativa
Keywords: Neoplasia, Evaluación tecnológica, Ultrasonidos, TC, RM, , Abdomen
Authors: R. Mut Pons1, E. Miralles Aznar1, N. Bernal Garnés1, C. F. MUÑOZ NÚÑEZ2; 1Torrevieja/ES, 2ES
DOI:10.1594/seram2014/S-0421

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