Case report| Volume 23, ISSUE 5, P343, 1992

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Under-reporting of trauma from lorry mirrors?

  • M.E. Lovell
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    Warrington District General Hospital, Warrington, UK
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      1. Commission Directive of 18 February 1985, adapting to technical progress Council Directive 71/127/EEC on the approximation of the laws of Member States relating to the rear-view mirrors of motor vehicles. Official Journal of the European Communities, No. L90/1, pp. 1–29.

      2. Official Journal of the European Communities. 1971; : 12-17
      3. Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulation 1986 (No. 1078). HMSO, 1986: 253-257 (ISBN 01 10670787)