Neurocirugía Neurocirugía
Neurocirugia.2005;16:331-2 - Vol. 16 Núm.04 DOI: 10.1016/S1130-1473(05)70398-5

Comentario al trabajo: Existencia de hipoperfusión oculta sistémica en el traumatismo craneoencefálico. Estudio preliminar de Murillo-Cabezas y cols

M.A. Pocaa

a Barcelona
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