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Abstracts for top scoring CEM abstracts, Wednesday 16 September 11.45–12.45, Great Hall
Are pathologists tarnishing TARN? TARN performance and the precision of post-mortem reports
  1. D. Badder,
  2. L. Dykes,
  3. P. Cutting,
  4. M. Lord
  1. Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor

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