Ultraschall Med 2021; 42(01): 108-109
DOI: 10.1055/a-1256-4760
NFUD Flaggermusen

Dissecting aneurysm diagnosed in general practice

Sonia Baban, MD
Bjarte Sørensen, BSc(Med) MB BS, Specialist in general practice (Norway), FRACGP
Hjelmeland General Practice Surgery

Publication History

Article published online:
02 February 2021

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