Efectos a largo plazo | 17 AGO 21

Infecciones óticas y estabilidad postural

Investigación de los efectos a largo plazo de las infecciones óticas recurrentes sobre la estabilidad postural
Autor/a: Ohud A. Sabir , Eric G. Johnson, Ammar E. Hafiz, Rhonda N. Nelson y colaboradores International Journal of Pediatrics Vol 2021, Art ID 6688991
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