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Epidural cord stimulation does not improve microvascular blood flow in neuropathic pain

J DE VULDER, Daniel Duprez UGent, M DE LAAT and G ROLLY (1996) Angiology, 47, pp. 1145-1149.
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@misc{261638,
  author       = {DE VULDER, J and Duprez, Daniel and DE LAAT, M and ROLLY, G},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {Angiology, 47, pp. 1145-1149},
  title        = {Epidural cord stimulation does not improve microvascular blood flow in neuropathic pain},
  year         = {1996},
}

Chicago
DE VULDER, J, Daniel Duprez, M DE LAAT, and G ROLLY. 1996. “Epidural Cord Stimulation Does Not Improve Microvascular Blood Flow in Neuropathic Pain.” Angiology, 47, Pp. 1145-1149.
APA
DE VULDER, J., Duprez, D., DE LAAT, M., & ROLLY, G. (1996). Epidural cord stimulation does not improve microvascular blood flow in neuropathic pain. Angiology, 47, pp. 1145-1149.
Vancouver
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DE VULDER J, Duprez D, DE LAAT M, ROLLY G. Epidural cord stimulation does not improve microvascular blood flow in neuropathic pain. Angiology, 47, pp. 1145-1149. 1996.
MLA
DE VULDER, J, Daniel Duprez, M DE LAAT, et al. “Epidural Cord Stimulation Does Not Improve Microvascular Blood Flow in Neuropathic Pain.” Angiology, 47, pp. 1145-1149 1996 : n. pag. Print.