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- Should level I trauma centers be rated NC-17?.J Trauma. 2001; 50: 784-791
- Re: “Should Level I trauma centers be rated NC-17”?.J Trauma. 2002; 52: 189-190
- In-house board-certified surgeons improve outcome for severely injured patients: a comparison of two university centers.J Trauma. 1993; 34: 871-875
Papers presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Section on Surgery of the American Academy of Pediatrics.