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Analysis of patients ≥65 with predominant cervical spine fractures: Issues of disposition and dysphagia
Poole Lisa M, Le Phong, Drake Rachel M, Helmer Stephen D, Haan James M

Year : 2017 | Volume:  10 | Issue Number:  1 | Page: 13-18



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