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|Could the Injury Severity Score be a new indicator for surgical treatment in patients with traumatic splenic injury?|
|HyeJeong Jeong, SungWon Jung, Tae Gil Heo, Pyong Wha Choi, Jae Il Kim, Sung Min Jung, Heungman Jun, Yong Chan Shin, Eunhae Um|
J Trauma Inj. 2022;35(3):189-194. Published online May 30, 2022
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