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European position paper on rhinosinusitis and nasal polyps 2012

Fokkens, Wytske J., Lund, Valerie J., Mullol, Joachim, Bachert, Claus, Alobid, Isam, Baroody, Fuad, Cohen, Noam, Cervin, Anders, Douglas, Richard, Gevaert, Philippe, Georgalas, Christos, Goossens, Herman, Harvey, Richard, Hellings, Peter, Hopkins, Claire, Jones, Nick, Joos, Guy, Kalogjera, Livije, Kern, Bob, Kowalski, Marek, Price, David, Riechelmann, Herbert, Schlosser, Rodney, Senior, Brent, Thomas, Mike, Toskala, Elina, Voegels, Richard, Wang, De Yun and Wormald, Peter John (2012) European position paper on rhinosinusitis and nasal polyps 2012 [in special issue: EPOS2012] Rhinology, 50, supplement 23, pp. 1-298.

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Published date: March 2012
Organisations: Primary Care & Population Sciences


Local EPrints ID: 344236
ISSN: 0300-0729
PURE UUID: 7aa753e5-8ec1-4181-accc-f4d26299eae5

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Date deposited: 15 Oct 2012 12:29
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 05:20

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Author: Wytske J. Fokkens
Author: Valerie J. Lund
Author: Joachim Mullol
Author: Claus Bachert
Author: Isam Alobid
Author: Fuad Baroody
Author: Noam Cohen
Author: Anders Cervin
Author: Richard Douglas
Author: Philippe Gevaert
Author: Christos Georgalas
Author: Herman Goossens
Author: Richard Harvey
Author: Peter Hellings
Author: Claire Hopkins
Author: Nick Jones
Author: Guy Joos
Author: Livije Kalogjera
Author: Bob Kern
Author: Marek Kowalski
Author: David Price
Author: Herbert Riechelmann
Author: Rodney Schlosser
Author: Brent Senior
Author: Mike Thomas
Author: Elina Toskala
Author: Richard Voegels
Author: De Yun Wang
Author: Peter John Wormald

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