Galenic Vein System

(Figs. 85 to 153)
  • Wolfgang Seeger


Lateral Ventricle Internal Cerebral Vein Anatomical Representation Anatomical Preparation Transventricular Approach 
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  • Wolfgang Seeger
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  1. 1.University of Freiburg i. Br.Federal Republic of Germany

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