Spontaneous Simultaneous Bilateral Basal Ganglia Hemorrhage (SSBBGH): Systematic Review and Data Analysis on Epidemiology, Clinical Feature, Location of Bleeding, Etiology, Therapeutic Intervention and Outcome
Vascular Health and Risk Management, April 2022
Ali Alhashim, Kawther Hadhiah, Hassan Al-Dandan, Mugbil Aljaman, Majed Alabdali, Mohammed Alshurem, Danah Aljaafari, Mustafa AlQarni
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