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Acute stress response and posttraumatic stress disorder in traffic accident victims: a one-year prospective, follow-up study.Academic Article Why?
Long term course of chronic posttraumatic stress disorder in traffic accident victims: a three-year prospective follow-up study.Academic Article Why?
[Experience with 2 cases of traumatic diaphragmatic hernia occurred at the same time].Academic Article Why?
[Traumatic internal carotid artery dissection due to compression by a helmet strap].Academic Article Why?
A risk-based method for modeling traffic fatalities.Academic Article Why?
Adverse health outcomes of road traffic injuries in Iran after rapid motorization.Academic Article Why?
Alcohol-impaired driving among U.S. adults, 1993-2002.Academic Article Why?
An Approach Towards Reducing Road Traffic Injuries and Improving Public Health Through Big Data Telematics: A Randomised Controlled Trial Protocol.Academic Article Why?
Association Between Medication Use for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Risk of Motor Vehicle Crashes.Academic Article Why?
Automated speed enforcement systems to reduce traffic-related injuries: closing the policy implementation gap.Academic Article Why?
Building Road Safety Institutions in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: The Case of Argentina.Academic Article Why?
Characteristics of child passenger deaths and injuries involving drinking drivers.Academic Article Why?
Child and adult pedestrian impact: the influence of vehicle type on injury severity.Academic Article Why?
Child passenger deaths involving alcohol-impaired drivers.Academic Article Why?
Commentary: culpability analysis won't help us understand crash risk due to cell phones.Academic Article Why?
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