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Outcome after severe head injury: focal surgical lesions do not imply a better Glasgow Outcome Score than diffuse injuries at 3 months

By Paul Leach, Omar N Pathmanaban, Hiren C Patel, Julian Evans, Raphael Sacho, Richard Protheroe and Andrew T King
Topics: Research
Publisher: BioMed Central
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