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2003  
1
A twelve-year review of central nervous system bacterial abscesses; presentation and aetiology.
[14616700] Clin Microbiol Infect 9(8): 803-9 (2003)
2008  
2
Management of brain abscesses in children.
[18518753] Neurosurg Focus 24(6): E8 (2008)
2008  
3
The role of proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in the diagnosis and categorization of cerebral abscesses.
[18518752] Neurosurg Focus 24(6): E7 (2008)
2008  
4
2008  
5
2008  
6
Ground- and excited-state proton transfer and antioxidant activity of 3-hydroxyflavone in egg yolk phosphatidylcholine liposomes: absorption and fluorescence spectroscopic studies.
[18548749] Luminescence 23(6): 397-403 (2008)
2008  
7
Cadmium-induced neurological disorders: prophylactic role of taurine.
[18548748] J Appl Toxicol 28(8): 974-86 (2008)
2008  
8
1974  
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2004  
10
Diffusion-weighted imaging parameters to track success of pyogenic brain abscess therapy.
[15466322] AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 25(8): 1303-4 (2004)
1999  
11
Imaging brain abscesses with diffusion-weighted and other sequences.
[10472970] AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 20(7): 1193-4 (1999)

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