The thymic flap for bronchial stump reinforcement following lobectomy

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Results A sixty-one year old male presented with a one-day history of severe left chest pain and a five-week history of a nonproductive cough. He had a history of multiple bilateral rib fractures following a motor vehicle accident. He was an exsmoker with no previous asbestos exposure. His respiratory rate was 22/minute with room air oxygen saturation of 95… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wilson2015TheTF, title={The thymic flap for bronchial stump reinforcement following lobectomy}, author={M Wilson and ME O’Donnell and SD Cassivi and Christopher W. Seder}, year={2015} }