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Physikalische Schädigungen

  • J. M. Schröder

Zusammenfassung

Zu diesem Thema gibt es aufgrund von Kriegsverletzungen, Verkehrsunfällen und anderen Ursachen von Nervenverletzungen eine besonders umfangreiche Literatur (Seddon 1943, 1975; Krücke 1974; Sunderland 1978; Mackinnon u. Dellon 1988; Samii 1990).

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