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Conmoción cerebral

La atención pública de la conmoción cerebral ha ido en aumento, en particular, la ocurrida durante la práctica deportiva. Coincidentemente con el aumento de esta atención, el diagnóstico continúa aumentando en el entorno ambulatorio
Autor/a: lexandra Stillman, Michael Alexander, Rebekah Mannix y colaboradores Cleveland Clinic Journal Of Medicine Volume 84 • Number 8. 623-630. August 2017
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