Brain Death, Prolife and Catholic Confusion
Paris, John J.
Cranford, Ronald E.
America 1982 December 4; 147(18): 345-350
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Cranford, Ronald E.; Patrick, Barbara K. (1981)Brain death can be determined by clinical examination and the diagnosis confirmed by a variety of laboratory studies. While the most widely used has been the EEG, newer tests are playing an increasingly important role in ...