PMID: 14082563Jan 1, 1963Paper

SACCULAR ANEURYSMS OF THE VERTEBRAL-BASILAR ARTERIAL SYSTEM. A REPORT OF 28 CASES

Acta Neurologica Scandinavica
O HöökJ Guzmán

Abstract

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Jan 1, 1968·Acta neurochirurgica·A BartalM Weinstein
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