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EMG studies in alcoholism. II. Terminal latencies in the superior gluteal nerve compared to those in distal peroneal and tibial nerves



EMG studies in alcoholism. II. Terminal latencies in the superior gluteal nerve compared to those in distal peroneal and tibial nerves



Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology 19(1-2): 15-26




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