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Dissociation of Spinothalamic Modalities Following Anterolateral Cordotomy

  • Manohar L. Sharma (a1), Kate Marley (a2), Francis P. McGlone (a3) (a4), Manish Gupta (a1) and Andrew G. Marshall (a3) (a5) (a6)...
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Correspondence to: Andrew G. Marshall, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Salford Royal Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, M6 8HD, Salford, UK. Email: andrew.marshall@manchester.ac.uk

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