EFNS-ENS nuorodos apie ligų, susijusių su demencija, diagnostiką ir gydymą

Sorbi, S.; Hort, J.; Erkinjuntti, T.; Fladby, T.; Gainotti, G.; Gurvit, H.; Nacmias, B.; Pasquier, F.; Popescu, B. O.; Rektorova, I.; Religa, D.; Rusina, R.; Rossor, M.; Schmidt, R.; Stefanova, E.; ren, J. D. War; Scheltens, P.
December 2013
Neurologijos Seminarai;2013, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p309
Academic Journal
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