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|Adult Trauma Patients with Isolated Thoracolumbar Spinous and Transverse Process Fractures May be Managed Conservatively to Improve Emergency Department Throughput|
|Kyrillos Awad, Dean Spencer, Divya Ramakrishnan, Marija Pejinovska, Areg Grigorian, Sebastian Schubl, Jeffry Nahmias|
J Trauma Inj. 2021;34(1):31-38. Published online February 24, 2021
Adult Trauma Patients with Isolated Thoracolumbar Spinous and Transverse Process Fractures May be Managed Conservatively to Improve Emergency Department Throughput
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