Drugs for mentally handicapped children

April 1976
British Medical Journal;4/17/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6015, p923
Academic Journal
Presents views on drugs for mentally handicapped children in Great Britain. Prevalence of behavior disorders in children; Considerations of the uses of the administered drugs at frequent intervals; Changes in the interest of the child on the administered drugs.


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