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What should be the appropriate minimal duration for patient examination and evaluation in pulmonary outpatient clinics?

Musellim Benan, Borekci Sermin, Uzan Gulfidan, Ali Sak Zafer Hasan, Ozdemir Secil Kepil, Altinisik Goksel, Altunbey Sinem Agca, Sen Nazan, Kilinc Oguz, Yorgancioglu Arzu, The Duration for Patient Examination Working Group of Turkish Thoracic Society

Year : 2017| Volume: 12| Issue : 3 | Page no: 177-182

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