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S. Behnke, K. L. Double, Stephen Duma, G. Anthony Broe, V. Guenther, G. Becker, G. M. Halliday. Substantia nigra echomorphology in the healthy very old: Correlation with motor slowing. NeuroImage, 34(3):1054-1059, 2007. [doi]
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