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A new cryoprobe with advantages in turbinate freezing

  • I. G. Williamson (a1), M. Timms (a1) and P. Canty (a1)

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Dr. I. G. Williamson, MRCGP, FRCS., Department of Primary Medical Care, Aldermoor Health Centre, Aldermoor Close, Southampton SCH 6ST.

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