Epidemiology of vascular dementia

Serra-Mestres, J.
September 1993
British Journal of Psychiatry;Sep93, Vol. 163, p415
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor is presented commenting on an article in the April 1993 issue on the epidemiology of vascular dementia.


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