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Military blast injury in Iraq and Afghanistan: the Veterans Health Administration's polytrauma system of care



Military blast injury in Iraq and Afghanistan: the Veterans Health Administration's polytrauma system of care



Medicine and Health, Rhode Island 93(1): 16-8, 21




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