[Rare cervical soft tissue tumor].

@article{Send2017RareCS,
  title={[Rare cervical soft tissue tumor].},
  author={T Send and Lj Isselstein and K W G Eichhorn and Susanne Greschus and Friedrich Bootz and Tobias van Bremen},
  journal={HNO},
  year={2017},
  volume={65 12},
  pages={
          1018-1022
        }
}

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