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Laborde DDR, Stewart LG, Perojo QN, Céspedes MI, Navarro GYY, Gómez FD
Intervención con ejercicios terapéuticos en la fractura vertebral osteoporótica
Rev Cub de Tec de la Sal 2012; 3 (3)

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