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В статье анализируются возможности терапии и профилактики нарушений сна у пациентов с алкогольной зависимостью.

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Ю. Э. Азимова
Университетская клиника головной боли, Москва


К. А. Ищенко
Университетская клиника головной боли, Москва

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