Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany)

Schlehofer B, Schlaefer K, Blettner M, Berg-Beckhoff G, Boehler E, Hettinger I, Kunna-Grass K, Wahrendorf J, Schuz J (2007)
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER 43(11): 1741-1747.

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Schlehofer B, Schlaefer K, Blettner M, et al. Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany). EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER. 2007;43(11):1741-1747.
Schlehofer, B., Schlaefer, K., Blettner, M., Berg-Beckhoff, G., Boehler, E., Hettinger, I., Kunna-Grass, K., et al. (2007). Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany). EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER, 43(11), 1741-1747. doi:10.1016/j.ejca.2007.05.008
Schlehofer, B., Schlaefer, K., Blettner, M., Berg-Beckhoff, G., Boehler, E., Hettinger, I., Kunna-Grass, K., Wahrendorf, J., and Schuz, J. (2007). Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany). EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER 43, 1741-1747.
Schlehofer, B., et al., 2007. Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany). EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER, 43(11), p 1741-1747.
B. Schlehofer, et al., “Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany)”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER, vol. 43, 2007, pp. 1741-1747.
Schlehofer, B., Schlaefer, K., Blettner, M., Berg-Beckhoff, G., Boehler, E., Hettinger, I., Kunna-Grass, K., Wahrendorf, J., Schuz, J.: Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany). EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER. 43, 1741-1747 (2007).
Schlehofer, B., Schlaefer, K., Blettner, M., Berg-Beckhoff, Gabriele, Boehler, E., Hettinger, I., Kunna-Grass, K., Wahrendorf, J., and Schuz, J. “Environmental risk factors for sporadic acoustic neuroma (Interphone Study Group, Germany)”. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER 43.11 (2007): 1741-1747.
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