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Mandibular setback osteotomy: a possible factor for difficulty of endotracheal intubation



Mandibular setback osteotomy: a possible factor for difficulty of endotracheal intubation



Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 14(7): 557-558




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DOI: 10.1016/s0952-8180(02)00431-2


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