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Obstetrical paralysis. Spontaneous remission, primary treatment of the nerve lesion and secondary treatment by muscle transfers



Obstetrical paralysis. Spontaneous remission, primary treatment of the nerve lesion and secondary treatment by muscle transfers



Revue Medicale de la Suisse Romande 119(9): 683-694




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