A case of IgG4-related anterior mediastinal sclerosing disease coexisting with autoimmune pancreatitis
Surgical Case Reports, July 2020
Hiroshi Matsui, Takahiro Utsumi, Natsumi Maru, Yohei Taniguchi, Tomohito Saito, Haruaki Hino, Mitsuaki Ishida, Koji Tsuta, Tomohiro Murakawa
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