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Neurobiology of vascular dementia.

Bibliographic reference Enciu, Ana-Maria ; Constantinescu, Stefan N. ; Popescu, Laurenţiu M ; Mureşanu, Dafin F ; Popescu, Bogdan O. Neurobiology of vascular dementia.. In: Journal of Aging Research, Vol. 2011, no.., p. 1-11 (2011)
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