Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory.

Sudhoff H, Tos M (2000)
American Journal of Otology 21(6): 786-792.

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2000
Zeitschriftentitel
American Journal of Otology
Band
21
Ausgabe
6
Seite(n)
786-792
ISSN
0192-9763
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2952019

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Sudhoff H, Tos M. Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory. American Journal of Otology. 2000;21(6):786-792.
Sudhoff, H., & Tos, M. (2000). Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory. American Journal of Otology, 21(6), 786-792.
Sudhoff, H., and Tos, M. (2000). Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory. American Journal of Otology 21, 786-792.
Sudhoff, H., & Tos, M., 2000. Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory. American Journal of Otology, 21(6), p 786-792.
H. Sudhoff and M. Tos, “Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory.”, American Journal of Otology, vol. 21, 2000, pp. 786-792.
Sudhoff, H., Tos, M.: Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory. American Journal of Otology. 21, 786-792 (2000).
Sudhoff, Holger, and Tos, M. “Pathogenesis of attic cholesteatoma: clinical and immunohistochemical support for combination of retraction theory and proliferation theory.”. American Journal of Otology 21.6 (2000): 786-792.

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