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Frequency and causes of bucco-lingual-facial dyskinesias in the elderly

, : Frequency and causes of bucco-lingual-facial dyskinesias in the elderly. International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine 1(2): 164-165

Accession: 053301549

PMID: 23511600

DOI: 10.3233/JRS-1990-1215

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