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Subcutaneous Emphysema

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Chemical compound and disease context of Subcutaneous Emphysema

  • Conversion to open surgery was done in seven cases due to anatomical reasons and in two due to progressive subcutaneous emphysema and CO2-retention [11].

Anatomical context of Subcutaneous Emphysema


Gene context of Subcutaneous Emphysema


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