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Neuromuscular Disorders by Ashraf Zaher

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Neuromuscular Disorders
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106968
Number of pages: 270

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Neuromuscular Disorders is an interesting compendium of diverse and fairly inclusive topics in disorders of nerve and muscle, with a spectrum of generally well written and pertinent chapters referencing specific categories of neuromuscular diseases. The emphasis is on understanding the implications, diagnosis and treatment of the specific muscle and nerve diseases.

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