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Gabapentin Can Improve Dystonia in Confirmed Wilson Disease

  • Margherita Lerose (a1), Roberto Di Fabio (a1), Mariano Serrao (a1), Georgios Loudianos (a2), Francesco Pierelli (a3) and Carlo Casali (a1)...
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Department of Medical-Surgical Sciences and Biotechnologies, Sapienza University of Rome, Corso della Repubblica,79, 04100 — Latina, Italy. Email: rodifa@gmail.com.

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