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Letters to the Editor

Hearing Hallucinations in a 12-Year-Old Child: Psychotic Disorders or Temporal Epilepsy?

Géraldine Kechid, M.D.; Stéphane Auvin, M.D.; Renaud Jardri,M.D.; Louis Vallée, Ph.D; Pierre Delion, Ph.D.;Jean-Louis Goëb, Ph.D.

Published: August 15, 2008

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Letter to the Editor

Hearing Hallucinations in a 12-Year-Old Child: Psychotic Disorders or Temporal Epilepsy?


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