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Population-based study of acquired cerebellar ataxia in Al-Kharga district, New Valley, Egypt

By Wafaa MA Farghaly, Hamdy N El-Tallawy, Ghaydaa A Shehata, Tarek A Rageh, Nabil Abdel Hakeem and Noha M Abo-Elfetoh
Topics: Original Research
Publisher: Dove Medical Press
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