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Retained glass fragment in the spinal canal

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Correspondence to I. Reid or G. O. Neill or C. N. Pidgeon.

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Reid, I., Neill, G.O. & Pidgeon, C.N. Retained glass fragment in the spinal canal. I.J.M.S. 158, 280 (1989).

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  • Foreign Body
  • Spinal Canal
  • Lumbar Vertebra
  • Gunshot Wound
  • Glass Fragment