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Consequences of irradiation of the cervical spinal cord following radiotherapy of tumors in the cervical region. II. Electromyographic studies



Consequences of irradiation of the cervical spinal cord following radiotherapy of tumors in the cervical region. II. Electromyographic studies



Radiobiologia Radiotherapia 9(4): 445-453




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