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Cerebellar dysfunction in chronic alcoholics. (Clinical and electromyographic study of the silent period in chronic alcoholics)



Cerebellar dysfunction in chronic alcoholics. (Clinical and electromyographic study of the silent period in chronic alcoholics)



Ceskoslovenska Neurologie 32(3): 134-139




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