Estudio en 2184 pacientes | 22 FEB 16

Cambiando paradigmas en el manejo de la lesión traumática cerebral

El objetivo de este estudio fue evaluar un cambio en el manejo de la lesión traumática cerebral, sobre un período de 5 años,
Autor/a: oseph, Bellal MD; Haider, Ansab A. MD; Pandit, Viraj MD; Tang, Andrew MD; Kulvatunyou, Narong MD; O'Keeffe, Terence MD; Rhee, Peter MD Ann Surg 2015; 262(3): 440-448
INDICE:  1.  | 2. Bibliografía
Bibliografía


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