Tympanic-Membrane Perforation as a Marker of Concussive Brain Injury in Iraq

Xydakis, Michael S.; Bebarta, Vikhyat S.; Harrison, Corey D.; Conner, Jonathan C.; Grant, Gerald A.; Robbins, Anthony S.
August 2007
New England Journal of Medicine;8/23/2007, Vol. 357 Issue 8, p830
Academic Journal
A research letter to the editor is presented on tympanic-membrane perforation as a marker of concussive brain injury in Iraq.


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