Una revisión actualizada y en profundidad | 09 JUN 14

¿Qué es la narcolepsia?

Una enfermedad acerca de la que hay mucho conocimiento novedoso pero en la que se piensa muy poco. El retraso promedio de diagnóstico es entre 16 y 22 años
INDICE:  1.  | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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