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Longitudinal quantitative hippocampal magnetic resonance imaging study of adults with newly diagnosed partial seizures: One-year follow-up results

Bibliographic reference Van Paesschen, Wim ; Duncan, JS ; Stevens, JM ; Connelly, A. Longitudinal quantitative hippocampal magnetic resonance imaging study of adults with newly diagnosed partial seizures: One-year follow-up results. In: Epilepsia, Vol. 39, no. 6, p. 633-639 (1998)
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