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Remarks on the papers by C.-D. agardh et al./H. Kalimo et al.

Hypoglycemic brain injury, I, II acta neuropathol (Berl) 50∶31–41/50∶43–52 (1980)

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Brierley, J.B., Brown, A.W. Remarks on the papers by C.-D. agardh et al./H. Kalimo et al.. Acta Neuropathol 55, 319–322 (1981).

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