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Tratamiento del dolor perineal crónico causado por neuralgia del nervio pudendo mediante radiofrecuencia pulsada.

  title={Tratamiento del dolor perineal cr{\'o}nico causado por neuralgia del nervio pudendo mediante radiofrecuencia pulsada.},
  author={Judit Horneros Torres and Montserrat Tenesa Bordas and Ricard P{\'e}rez Andr{\'e}s and Daniel Samper Bernal and Gerardo Andr{\'e}s Tovar Felice and Jordi Bechini Bernat},
Poster: "SERAM 2014 / S-0963 / Tratamiento del dolor perineal cronico causado por neuralgia del nervio pudendo mediante radiofrecuencia pulsada." by: "J. Horneros Torres, M. Tenesa Bordas, R. Perez Andres, D. Samper Bernal, G. A. Tovar Felice, J. Bechini Bernat; Badalona/ES" 


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