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Does electroconvulsive therapy lead to changes in cerebral structure?

  • B. K. Puri (a1), A. Oatridge (a1), N. Saeed (a1), J. E. Ging (a2), H. M. McKee (a3), S. K. Lekh (a4) and J. V. Hajnal (a1)...
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Does electroconvulsive therapy lead to changes in cerebral structure?

  • B. K. Puri (a1), A. Oatridge (a1), N. Saeed (a1), J. E. Ging (a2), H. M. McKee (a3), S. K. Lekh (a4) and J. V. Hajnal (a1)...
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