Neurosurgical developments on the horizon

Kliot, Michel
January 2013
Surgical Neurology International;2013, Vol. 4 Issue Supp 1, pS1
Academic Journal
An introduction to the special issue of the journal is presented in which the guest editor discusses the developments in the field of surgical neurology.


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