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Articles published in Rev Neurol

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    February 2018
  1. GILETE-TEJERO IJ, Ippolito-Bastidas HZ, Bernal-Garcia LM, Mata-Gomez J, et al
    [The effect of age on the prognosis of patients with traumatic brain injury who undergo a craniotomy: analysis of a surgical series].
    Rev Neurol. 2018;66:113-120.
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    January 2018
  2. MARDOMINGO-MEDIALDEA H, Fernandez-Gonzalez P, Molina-Rueda F
    [Usability and acceptability of portable exoskeletons for gait training in subjects with spinal cord injury: a systematic review].
    Rev Neurol. 2018;66:35-44.
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    October 2017
  3. GRAO-CASTELLOTE C, Torralba-Collados F, Gonzalez LM, Giner-Pascual M, et al
    [Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol-cannabidiol in the treatment of spasticity in chronic spinal cord injury: a clinical experience].
    Rev Neurol. 2017;65:295-302.
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    May 2017
  4. ROLDAN S
    [Epileptic encephalopathies in infancy. How do we treat them? Does the aetiology influence the response to treatment?]
    Rev Neurol. 2017;64.
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    March 2017
  5. GANDARA-SAMBADE T, Fernandez-Pereira M, Rodriguez-Sotillo A
    [Robotic systems for gait re-education in cases of spinal cord injury: a systematic review].
    Rev Neurol. 2017;64:205-213.
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    January 2017
  6. GIL DE SAGREDO-DEL CORRAL OL, Fernandez-Carballal C
    [Trigeminal neuropathy with atypical pain as the presenting symptom of contralateral meningioma of the posterior fossa].
    Rev Neurol. 2017;64:94-96.
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