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September 2015

German Cranial Reconstruction Registry (GCRR): protocol for a prospective, multicenter, open registry.

Giese H, Sauvigny T, Sakowitz OW, Bierschneider M, Güresir E, Henker C, Höhne J, Lindner D, Mielke D, Pannewitz R, Rohde V, Scholz M, Schuss P, Regelsberger J;  BMJ Open; September 2015

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