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Tips and tricks you should know to suspect a dural arteriovenous fistula.

@inproceedings{Padilha2017TipsAT,
  title={Tips and tricks you should know to suspect a dural arteriovenous fistula.},
  author={Igor Gomes Padilha and Alan Iuno Rios Araujo and Felipe Torres Pacheco and Renato Hoffmann Nunes and Ant{\^o}nio Carlos Martins Junior and Ant{\^o}nio Jos{\'e} da Rocha},
  year={2017}
}
Poster: "ECR 2017 / C-0677 / Tips and tricks you should know to suspect a dural arteriovenous fistula." by: "I. G. Padilha, A. I. R. Araujo, F. Torres Pacheco, R. H. Nunes, A. C. M. Maia Junior, A. J. Rocha; Sao Paulo/BR" 

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