Massive Pediatric Neurosurgical Injuries and Lessons Learned Following a Tornado Disaster in Alabama

Chern J.J., Miller, J.H., Tubbs, R.S., et al. (2011). Massive Pediatric Neurosurgical Injuries and Lessons Learned Following a Tornado Disaster in Alabama. Journal of Neurosurgery. Pediatrics. 8(6):588-92.
The authors review the clinical courses of 24 patients who suffered cranial, spinal, and peripheral nerve injuries due to the tornadoes that touched down in Alabama in 2011, and the medical responses of the pediatric neurosurgical team they were part of.
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