Thirty-six cases of pseudobulbar palsy treated by needling with prompt and deep insertion

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Thirty-six cases of pseudobulbar palsy treated by needling with prompt and deep insertion, by Chen Hong

Pseudobulbar palsy occurs as one of the severe complications of wind-stroke attack. It manifests ...

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