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A Case of Pontine Infarction with Facial Palsy and Vertigo Confused with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome
Jae Seon Park, Sang Hyun Kim, Jung-Yup Lee, Min-Beom Kim
Research in Vestibular Science. 2022;21(2):57-62.   Published online 2022 June 15    DOI:

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A Case of Pontine Infarction with Facial Palsy and Vertigo Confused with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome
Research in Vestibular Science. 2022;21(2):57-62   Crossref logo
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