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Empyema Bibliograpy

1: Cobanoglu U, Sayir F, Bilici S, Melek M. Comparison of the methods of


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2: Strachan RE, Cornelius A, Gilbert GL, Gulliver T, Martin A, McDonald T, Nixon


GM, Roseby R, Ranganathan S, Selvadurai H, Smith G, Soto-Martinez M, Suresh S,
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3: Carter E, Waldhausen J, Zhang W, Hoffman L, Redding G. Management of children


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4: Li ST, Tancredi DJ. Empyema hospitalizations increased in US children despite


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6: Li ST, Gates RL. Primary operative management for pediatric empyema: decreases
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9: Cremonesini D, Thomson AH. How should we manage empyema: antibiotics alone,


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10: Mattei P, Allen JL. Treatment of empyema in children: from Hippocrates' time
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12: Sonnappa S, Cohen G, Owens CM, van Doorn C, Cairns J, Stanojevic S, Elliott
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14: Misthos P, Sepsas E, Konstantinou M, Athanassiadi K, Skottis I, Lioulias A.


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15: Haddy RI, Perry K, Chacko CE, Helton WB, Bowling MG, Looney SW, Buck GE.
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