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July- September 2019: 

Volume 32, Issue 3

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Pneumon 2019, 32(3):101-104, Case Report
Co-existence of endobronchial lipoma and lung adenocarcinoma
Authors Information

1Respiratory Medicine Department,  General Anticancer Oncology Hospital  of Athens “Agios Savvas”
2Pathology Department, General Anticancer Oncology Hospital  of Athens “Agios Savvas”, Athens, Greece

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