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Pneumothoraxand.other forms pf lunq.rupture Pathogenesisof aiveoiarrupture

Risk factors for barotrauma

Diagnosis. ofbarotrauma Vaiueof cTimaging

Management.MoI .pneumothorax

Pathogenesis

Ventiiatory.Mmanajjement

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