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Anatomía y variantes normales del fémur proximal: hallazgos en TCMD

@inproceedings{Martnez2014AnatomaYV,
  title={Anatom{\'i}a y variantes normales del f{\'e}mur proximal: hallazgos en TCMD},
  author={Ignacio Quintana Mart{\'i}nez and Jorge Mu{\~n}oz Mellado and Javier Salceda Artola and Nerea Yanguas Barea and Joaqu{\'i}n Mart{\'i}n Cuartero and Itxaso Sanmartin Sanmartin},
  year={2014}
}
Poster: "SERAM 2014 / S-1081 / Anatomia y variantes normales del femur proximal: hallazgos en TCMD" by: "I. Quintana Martinez1, J. M. Mellado1, J. Salceda Artola2, N. Yanguas Barea1, J. Martin Cuartero1, I. Sanmartin Sanmartin1; 1Tudela/ES, 2Tudela (Navarra)/ES" 

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