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Number of items: 2.

2019

Slachevsky, Andrea and Forno, Gonzalo and Barraza, Paulo and Mioshi, Eneida and Delgado, Carolina and Lillo, Patricia and Henriquez, Fernando and Bravo, Eduardo and Farias, Mauricio and Muñoz-Neira, Carlos and Ibañez, Agustín and Parra, Mario A. and Hornberger, Michael (2019) Mapping the neuroanatomy of functional decline in Alzheimer's disease from basic to advanced activities of daily living. Journal of Neurology, 266 (6). pp. 1310-1322. ISSN 1432-1459

2017

Cecchini, Mario Amore and Yassuda, Mônica Sanches and Bahia, Valéria Santoro and de Souza, Leonardo Cruz and Guimarães, Henrique Cerqueira and Caramelli, Paulo and Carthery-Goulart, Maria Teresa and Patrocínio, Flávia and Foss, Maria Paula and Tumas, Vitor and Lima-Silva, Thaís Bento and Brucki, Sônia Maria Dozzi and Nitrini, Ricardo and Della Sala, Sergio and Parra, Mario A. (2017) Recalling feature bindings differentiates Alzheimer's disease from frontotemporal dementia. Journal of Neurology, 264 (10). pp. 2162-2169. ISSN 1432-1459

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