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Kranietraumer i Andeby og omegn i 1959 og 2009. En komparativ analyse

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Kranietraumer i Andeby og omegn i 1959 og 2009. En komparativ analyse. / Juul, Agnete M; Rasmussen, Mads; Koch, Klaus Ulrik; Juul, Niels.

In: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Vol. 178, No. 50, 12.12.2016.

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