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Indications for thoracic ultrasound in chest medicine: an observational study
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    The role of thoracic ultrasound - further indications

    Dear authors, I was really glad to see an article about this important and hot topic. As the problem of medicinal irradiation is realized and discussed frequently the appropriate use of non-radiating technics is becoming more important. The most important indications of TUS are listed in the article. I agree with the authors on the main areas of use and would like to add some comments based on 12 years experience in this f...

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