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Neuroarthropathy of the shoulder of unexpected origin.

Bibliographic reference Frankart, L. ; Nisolle, Jean-François ; Ayoubi, S ; Boutsen, Yves ; Donckier, Julian. Neuroarthropathy of the shoulder of unexpected origin.. In: Clinical rheumatology, Vol. 16, no. 4, p. 413-6 (1997)
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