Clinical characteristics and outcomes of surgically resected solitary pulmonary nodules due to nontuberculous mycobacterial infections

Y. Choi (Seoul, Republic of Korea), B. Jhun (Seoul, Republic of Korea), S. Um (Seoul, Republic of Korea), H. Kim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), O. Kwon (Seoul, Republic of Korea), H. Kim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), Y. Choi (Seoul, Republic of Korea), J. Kim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), Y. Shim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), H. Huh (Seoul, Republic of Korea), N. Lee (Seoul, Republic of Korea), W. Koh (Seoul, Republic of Korea)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Clinical investigations of non-TB mycobacterial infection
Session: Clinical investigations of non-TB mycobacterial infection
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2925
Disease area: Respiratory infections, Thoracic oncology

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Y. Choi (Seoul, Republic of Korea), B. Jhun (Seoul, Republic of Korea), S. Um (Seoul, Republic of Korea), H. Kim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), O. Kwon (Seoul, Republic of Korea), H. Kim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), Y. Choi (Seoul, Republic of Korea), J. Kim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), Y. Shim (Seoul, Republic of Korea), H. Huh (Seoul, Republic of Korea), N. Lee (Seoul, Republic of Korea), W. Koh (Seoul, Republic of Korea). Clinical characteristics and outcomes of surgically resected solitary pulmonary nodules due to nontuberculous mycobacterial infections. 2925

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