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Radiation-induced spinal nerve root cavernous malformations as a rare cause of radiculopathy



Radiation-induced spinal nerve root cavernous malformations as a rare cause of radiculopathy



Neurology 89(22): 2299-2300




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PMID: 29180575

DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000004693


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