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Abnormal elongations of the temporal styloid apophysis with carotid repercussions. Apropos of a case of the Eagle syndrome


, : Abnormal elongations of the temporal styloid apophysis with carotid repercussions. Apropos of a case of the Eagle syndrome. La Presse Medicale 75(30): 1547-1550


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