Corpus ID: 40445148

Case Report : Two Cases of Cerebral Air Embolism That Occurred During Esophageal Ballooning and Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography Running title : Cerebral air embolism during endoscopy

@inproceedings{ParkCaseR,
  title={Case Report : Two Cases of Cerebral Air Embolism That Occurred During Esophageal Ballooning and Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography Running title : Cerebral air embolism during endoscopy},
  author={Suyeon Park and Ji Yong Ahn and Young Eun Ahn and Sang-BeomJeon and Sang Seock Lee and Hwoong-Yong Jung and Jin-Ho Kim}
}

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