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Familial liability, obstetric complications and childhood development abnormalities in early onset schizophrenia: a case control study

By Francesco Margari, Maria G Petruzzelli, Paola A Lecce, Orlando Todarello, Andrea De Giacomo, Elisabetta Lucarelli, Domenico Martinelli and Lucia Margari
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