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Comparison of the results of x-ray, endoscopic and radionuclide studies of deforming bronchitis


, : Comparison of the results of x-ray, endoscopic and radionuclide studies of deforming bronchitis. Meditsinskaia Radiologiia 34(3): 48-59

Comprehensive investigation including panoramic chest x-ray, tomography, bronchofibroscopy with biopsy, bronchography, and comprehensive radionuclide investigation, were used in 233 patients with deforming bronchitis. All the patients were divided into 3 groups. Endoscopic findings corresponded to the results of comprehensive radionuclide investigation in all the groups.

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