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The Role Of Closed Wound Negative Pressure Suction In Radical Surgical Procedures Of The Head And Neck



The Role Of Closed Wound Negative Pressure Suction In Radical Surgical Procedures Of The Head And Neck



Laryngoscope 74: 70-94




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PMID: 14119593

DOI: 10.1002/lary.5540740106



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