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The Formation of Subdural Membranes, or Pachymeningitis Hómorrhagica

  • George M. Robertson (a1)
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At the commencement of our description of subdural membrane formation, we deferred consideration of the sudden lessening of intracranial pressure, which we regard as the most important cause of its production. This is a point we shall take up now, along with some other general questions connected with subdural membrane formation.

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The Formation of Subdural Membranes, or Pachymeningitis Hómorrhagica

  • George M. Robertson (a1)
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