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Trauma van de stemplooien, oorzaak en behandeling

oktober 2006
  • H.F.M. Peters
  • R. Bastiaanse
  • J. Van Borsel
  • P.H.O. Dejonckere
  • K. Jansonius-Schultheiss
  • Sj. Van der Meulen
  • B.J.E. Mondelaers

Samenvatting

Vooral door het werk van Hirano is de laatste decennia meer begrip ontstaan over hoe de opbouw en de structuur van de stemplooien samenhangen met het functioneren en dit kan ons ook leren hoe stemplooien beschadigd kunnen raken (Hirano, 1974, 1977, 1981; Hirano e.a., 1980, 1986).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H.F.M. Peters
  • R. Bastiaanse
  • J. Van Borsel
  • P.H.O. Dejonckere
  • K. Jansonius-Schultheiss
  • Sj. Van der Meulen
  • B.J.E. Mondelaers

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