Epilepsy and co-morbid disorders in Canadian children: Data from the National Longitudinal Study of Children and Youth
Authors: Bradley A. Corbett, Asuri N. Prasad, and Jorge G. Burneo
|Author||Bradley A. Corbett, Asuri N. Prasad, and Jorge G. Burneo|
|Title||Epilepsy and co-morbid disorders in Canadian children: Data from the National Longitudinal Study of Children and Youth|
|Presenter||Asuri N. Prasad|
|Video Type||YouTube Video|
|Presentation Type||CRDCN 2013 National Conference Presentation|
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