Geriatric Neurology: Selected Topics
Walter R. Slade
Futura Publishing Company, 1981 - Medical - 386 pages
In this semi-autobiographical coming-of-age novel, a young girl discovers that her mother, a Cree, was stolen away from her family as a child. She finds the strength to come to terms with her aboriginal heritage and learns to embrace her identity.
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Clinical Evaluation of the Neurological Patient
Special Aspects of Neuropathy of Aging
Clinical Applications of NonInvasive Measurements
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