Deceleration Trauma to the Heart and Great Vessels after Road-traffic Accidents

Goggin, M. J.; Thompson, F. D.; Jackson, J. W.
June 1970
British Medical Journal;6/27/1970, Vol. 2 Issue 5712, p767
Academic Journal
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