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Benzodiazepines and Effectiveness of ECT

  • Eve C. Johnstone (a1), J. F. W. Deakin (a1), P. Lawler (a1), C. D. Frith (a1), Marilyn Stevens (a1), K. McPherson (a1) and T. J. Crow (a1)...
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Benzodiazepines and Effectiveness of ECT

  • Eve C. Johnstone (a1), J. F. W. Deakin (a1), P. Lawler (a1), C. D. Frith (a1), Marilyn Stevens (a1), K. McPherson (a1) and T. J. Crow (a1)...

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Benzodiazepines and Effectiveness of ECT

  • Eve C. Johnstone (a1), J. F. W. Deakin (a1), P. Lawler (a1), C. D. Frith (a1), Marilyn Stevens (a1), K. McPherson (a1) and T. J. Crow (a1)...
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