Traumatic intra-sphenoidal pseudoaneurysm lodged inside the fractured sphenoidal sinus.

Descriviamo il caso di un pseudoaneurisma di origine traumatica dell’arteria carotide interna destra localizzato all’interno di un seno sfenoidale fra...
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