Inflammatory Responses and CNS Injury: Implications, Prophylaxis, and Treatment


  • John M. Murkin



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Murkin, J. M. (2005). Inflammatory Responses and CNS Injury: Implications, Prophylaxis, and Treatment. The Heart Surgery Forum, 6(4), 193-195.