PMID: 2887090Jan 1, 1987

The UKU side effect rating scale. A new comprehensive rating scale for psychotropic drugs and a cross-sectional study of side effects in neuroleptic-treated patients

Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. Supplementum
O LingjaerdeK Elgen


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