PMID: 5664179Aug 1, 1968

Drill biopsy and the dissemination of cancer

The British Journal of Surgery
J I BurnK Malakar

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Sep 1, 1966·British Journal of Cancer·T J Deeley, D J Pollock
Jul 1, 1967·British Medical Journal·S J Steel, D P Winstanley
Apr 22, 1961·Lancet·S W KUPERE D LUCKCOCK

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Oct 1, 1972·Clinical Radiology·T J Deeley
May 1, 1971·The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery·F O Stephens
Aug 1, 1975·The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery·M K MaG B Ong
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