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Intramural inferior vena cava occlusion: The minaret sign
The Egyptian Journal of Internal Medicine volume 28, pages 131–132 (2016)
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Garge, S.S., Keshava, S.N. Intramural inferior vena cava occlusion: The minaret sign. Egypt J Intern Med 28, 131–132 (2016). https://doi.org/10.4103/1110-7782.200970