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The association between developmental handicaps and traumatic brain injury during pregnancy: An issue that deserves more systematic evaluation

Bibliographic reference Leroy-Malherbe, V. ; Bonnier, Christine ; Papiernik, E. ; Groos, E. ; Landrieu, P.. The association between developmental handicaps and traumatic brain injury during pregnancy: An issue that deserves more systematic evaluation. In: Brain Injury, Vol. 20, no. 13-14, p. 1355-1365 (2006)
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