Pseudomeningocele as a result of traumatic nerve root avulsion

James, Joe; Jose, James
September 2016
Neurology & Clinical Neuroscience;Sep2016, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p198
The article presents a case study of 23-year-old man who was diagnosed with nerve avulsion and biceps jerk after a bike accident.


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