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Observations of blood cerebro spinal fluid and cerebro spinal fluid blood barrier using radio iodinated serum albumin iodine 131 in acute focal brain hypoxia



Observations of blood cerebro spinal fluid and cerebro spinal fluid blood barrier using radio iodinated serum albumin iodine 131 in acute focal brain hypoxia



Purkyne, J E (Edited By) Iii Symposium Neurologicum Danubianum Internationale (Lectionum Excerpta) 156p Illus Neurological Society Of The Czechoslovak Medical Association: Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 123-124




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