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Nail-gun Injury through the Spinal Canal

  • Mark Bigder (a1), Fred Zeiler (a1) and Neil Berrington (a1)
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Correspondence to: Mark Bigder, University of Manitoba - Section of Neurosurgery, GB129-820 Sherbrook Street, Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 2N2, Canada. E-mail: umbigder@myumanitoba.ca

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Nail-gun Injury through the Spinal Canal

  • Mark Bigder (a1), Fred Zeiler (a1) and Neil Berrington (a1)

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