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Rhythmic movements in sleep disorders and in epileptic seizures during sleep

Overview of attention for article published in Sleep Science and Practice, March 2020
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Title
Rhythmic movements in sleep disorders and in epileptic seizures during sleep
Published in
Sleep Science and Practice, March 2020
DOI 10.1186/s41606-020-0042-6
Authors

Rosalia Silvestri, Arthur Scott Walters

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#13,905,513
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#26
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#211,514
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#1
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