ESSR 2016 / P-0022
CSF mimic in the post-operative spine: A pitfall for the unwary
Congress: ESSR 2016
Poster No.: P-0022
Type: Educational Poster
Authors: L. Ramsay, J. Bernard, D. Johnson; London/UK
DOI:10.1594/essr2016/P-0022

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