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Regional cerebral blood flow in peritumoral brain edema during dexamethasone treatment : a xenon-enhanced computed tomographic study

(1998) NEUROSURGERY. 43(2). p.241-241
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Schramm, Johannes, and Dirk Van Roost. “Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Peritumoral Brain Edema During Dexamethasone Treatment : a Xenon-enhanced Computed Tomographic Study.” NEUROSURGERY 1998 : 241–241. Print.
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Schramm, J., & Van Roost, D. (1998). Regional cerebral blood flow in peritumoral brain edema during dexamethasone treatment : a xenon-enhanced computed tomographic study. NEUROSURGERY.
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Schramm, Johannes, and Dirk Van Roost. 1998. “Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Peritumoral Brain Edema During Dexamethasone Treatment : a Xenon-enhanced Computed Tomographic Study.” Neurosurgery.
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Schramm, Johannes, and Dirk Van Roost. 1998. “Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Peritumoral Brain Edema During Dexamethasone Treatment : a Xenon-enhanced Computed Tomographic Study.” Neurosurgery.
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Schramm J, Van Roost D. Regional cerebral blood flow in peritumoral brain edema during dexamethasone treatment : a xenon-enhanced computed tomographic study. NEUROSURGERY. 1998. p. 241–241.
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J. Schramm and D. Van Roost, “Regional cerebral blood flow in peritumoral brain edema during dexamethasone treatment : a xenon-enhanced computed tomographic study,” NEUROSURGERY, vol. 43, no. 2. pp. 241–241, 1998.
@misc{3211961,
  author       = {Schramm, Johannes and Van Roost, Dirk},
  issn         = {0148-396X},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {241--241},
  series       = {NEUROSURGERY},
  title        = {Regional cerebral blood flow in peritumoral brain edema during dexamethasone treatment : a xenon-enhanced computed tomographic study},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/00006123-199808000-00030},
  volume       = {43},
  year         = {1998},
}

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