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Stellate block in diseases in the area of the upper limb. (Report on 1,600 stellate blocks)


, : Stellate block in diseases in the area of the upper limb. (Report on 1,600 stellate blocks). Zentralblatt für Chirurgie 96(26): 851-864


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