Bibliografia

Autore: Peter A. Engel, M.D., and Peter D. Fleming, M.D. - Departement of medicine, Division of Geratrics, University of Connetticut, Farmington; Division of Geriatrics, Albany Veterans Administration Medical Center and Medical College, New York; Departement of Pathology (Neurophatology), University of Massachusetts, Worcester; and Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Traduzione: Giada Zoccatelli

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