Factores de riesgo | 08 ABR 13
Función cognitiva y traumatismo craneoencefálico leve
El objetivo de este estudio fue examinar la función cognitiva y otros factores de riesgo. Se estudió también la relación entre la función cognitiva y el trauma leve en mellizos en la que uno de cada par padeció un traumatismo.
Autor: Dres. Nordström A, Edin BB, Lindström S, Nordström P BMJ2013;346:f723doi:10.1136/bmj.f723(Published 13March2013)
INDICE:  1. Artículo | 2. Referencia

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