Absent gag, cannot swallow?

Smithard, D.G.; Rucker, C.
September 1996
Age & Ageing;Sep96 Supplement, Vol. 25, p11
Academic Journal
Presents an abstract of the study `Absent Gag, Cannot Swallow?,' by D.G. Smithard, C. Rucker et al, presented during the Communications to the Spring Meeting of the British Geriatrics Society on April 11-13, 1996 in Canterbury, England.


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