Comentario a Peso FL et al., “Evolución de un paciente con accidente cerebrovascular hemorrágico bulboprotuberancial traqueostomizado. Reporte de un caso”

  • Silvina Sciuto Clínica Pasteur - Neuquén
Palabras clave: accidente cerebrovascular, tronco encefálico, rehabilitación neurológica, informe de casos, actividad motora

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2021-07-01
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Sciuto, S. (2021). Comentario a Peso FL et al., “Evolución de un paciente con accidente cerebrovascular hemorrágico bulboprotuberancial traqueostomizado. Reporte de un caso”. Argentinian Journal of Respiratory & Physical Therapy, 3(2), 37-40. Recuperado a partir de https://revista.ajrpt.com/index.php/Main/article/view/183