Facial nerve palsy following mild mastoid trauma on trampoline

@article{Cools2018FacialNP,
  title={Facial nerve palsy following mild mastoid trauma on trampoline},
  author={Michael J. Cools and Kevin A. Carneiro},
  journal={American Journal of Emergency Medicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={36},
  pages={1522.e1–1522.e3}
}
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