Etiología, clínica y tratamiento | 10 FEB 19
¿Qué es la narcolepsia?
La narcolepsia es un trastorno crónico de hipersomnia que puede tener gran impacto en la calidad de vida pero con tratamiento adecuado sus síntomas son manejables
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Autor: Erin C. Golden, Melissa C. Lipford Fuente: Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine. Volume 85. Number 12. December 2018 Narcolepsy: Diagnosis and management
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