Correlations between awareness of illness (insight) and history of addiction in heroin-addicted patients

Icro Maremmani, Angelo Giovanni; Rovai, Luca; Rugani, Fabio; Pacini, Matteo; Lamanna, Francesco; Bacciardi, Silvia; Perugi, Giulio; Deltito, Joseph; Dell'Osso, Liliana; Maremmani, Icro; Martinotti, Giovanni; Seneviratne, Chamindi; Abenavoli, Ludovico
July 2012
Frontiers in Psychiatry;Jul2012, Vol. 3, p1
Academic Journal
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