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Pulmonary angiography, ventilation lung scanning, and venography for clinically suspected pulmonary embolism with abnormal perfusion lung scan



Pulmonary angiography, ventilation lung scanning, and venography for clinically suspected pulmonary embolism with abnormal perfusion lung scan



Investigative Radiology 21(8): 678-682




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PMID: 3744741

DOI: 10.1097/00004424-198612000-00012



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