Teofilo L. Lee-Chiong, Michael Sateia, Mary A. Carskadon
Hanley & Belfus, 2002 - Medical - 737 pages
This important new book is a comprehensive and highly practical reference on all aspects of sleep disorders edited by and with contributions by the major authorities on contemporary sleep medicine. The most user-friendly book on the diagnosis and management of sleep disorders, this text is authoritative enough to stand as the major reference in the field and practical enough for everyday use in the office or sleep center.
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2 Phytogeny of Sleep
Mechanisms of Sleep and Wakefulness
Respiratory Control during Sleep
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