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Impact of general versus epidural anesthesia on early post-operative cognitive dysfunction following hip and knee surgery

Mandal Sripurna, Basu Mina, Kirtania Jyotirmay, Sarbapalli Debabrata, Pal Ranabir, Kar Sumit, Kundu Kanak Kanti, Sarkar Ujjal, Gupta Sampa Dutta

Year : 2011| Volume: 4| Issue : 1 | Page no: 23-28

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