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Pain Descriptors Used by Military Personnel Deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan Following Combat-Related Blast Experience



Pain Descriptors Used by Military Personnel Deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan Following Combat-Related Blast Experience



Military Psychology 27(6): 376-383




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DOI: 10.1037/mil0000089


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