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The counterintuitive effect of multiple injuries in severity scoring: a simple variable improves the predictive ability of NISS

By Stefano Di Bartolomeo, Chiara Ventura, Massimiliano Marino, Francesca Valent, Susanna Trombetti and Rossana De Palma
Topics: Original Research
Publisher: BioMed Central
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