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Diagnostic accuracy of 3-T lung magnetic resonance imaging in human immunodeficiency virus-positive children

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Diagnostic accuracy of 3-T lung magnetic resonance imaging in human immunodeficiency virus-positive children
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Pediatric Radiology, September 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00247-019-04523-0
Authors

Rana, Pratyaksha, Sodhi, Kushaljit Singh, Bhatia, Anmol, Saxena, Akshay Kumar, Suri, Deepti, Singh, Surjit

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#12,097,686
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#1,041
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#177,583
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#24
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