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Impairment measures versus inflammatory RODS in GBS and CIDP: a responsiveness comparison

Bibliographic reference Vanhoutte, Els K ; Draak, Thomas H P ; Gorson, Kenneth C ; van Nes, Sonja I ; Hoeijmakers, Janneke G J ; et. al. Impairment measures versus inflammatory RODS in GBS and CIDP: a responsiveness comparison. In: Journal of the peripheral nervous system, Vol. 20, no.3, p. 289-295 (2015)
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