Stewart-Treves syndrome.

Authors:
Marek Stanczyk
Marek Stanczyk
Central Clinical Hospital of Military Medical School
Poland
Magdalena Gewartowska
Magdalena Gewartowska
Military Health Service Institute
Poland

Indian J Med Res 2014 Jan;139(1):179

Department of General Surgery of Wolski Hospital, Warsaw, Poland.

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January 2014
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