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Postoperative Neurocognitive Dysfunction in Elderly Patients after Xenon versus Propofol Anesthesia for Major Noncardiac Surgery: A Double-blinded Randomized Controlled Pilot Study: Retracted Article

Höcker, Jan M.D.*; Stapelfeldt, Claudia M.D.*; Leiendecker, Jörn M.D.*; Meybohm, Patrick M.D.*; Hanss, Robert M.D.*; Scholz, Jens M.D.†; Bein, Berthold M.D., D.E.A.A.‡

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