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Recurrent brief psychiatric syndromes Hypomania, depression, anxiety and neurasthenia

Recurrent brief psychiatric syndromes Hypomania, depression, anxiety and neurasthenia

Judd, L L , Saletu, B , Filip, V Bibliotheca Psychiatrica; Basic and clinical science of mental and addictive disorders : 33-38

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