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Blood ammonium, glutamine in the cerebrospinal fluid, the electroencephalogram and the neurological examination in relation to states of consciousness in hepatic patients

, : Blood ammonium, glutamine in the cerebrospinal fluid, the electroencephalogram and the neurological examination in relation to states of consciousness in hepatic patients. Revista Medica de Chile 89: 767-771

Accession: 048393664

PMID: 13925220

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