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Posttraumatic Bilateral Abducens Nerve Palsy: Mechanism of Injury and Prognosis

  • David J. Fam (a1), Moogeh Baharnoori (a1), Charles D. Kassardjian (a2) and Gustavo Saposnik (a1) (a3)
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Correspondence to: Gustavo Saposnik, 55 Queen St E - Room 931, Toronto, ON, M5C 1R6 Canada. Email: saposnikg@smh.ca

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