Importancia de la configuración de la caída en la etiología de las fracturas de cadera

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Claus Hermberg H. Importancia de la configuración de la caída en la etiología de las fracturas de cadera. Actual. Osteol. [Internet]. 10 de mayo de 2024 [citado 17 de junio de 2024];19(3). Disponible en:


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