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M. Nardini, A. Bellomo- Vol. 5, Settembre 1999, num.3

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Lesioni del lobo frontale e disturbi psichiatrici. Revisione psicopatologico-clinica ed attuali inquadramenti diagnostici.
Una revisione critica della sindrome prefrontale alla luce delle attuali nosografie diagnostiche psichiatriche
Frontal lobe injuries and psychiatric disorders. Psychopathological-clinical review and current diagnostic nomenclature of mental disorders

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