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ORAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS WITH NONSPECIFIC BACK PAIN

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Issue: 
9
Year: 
2017

N. Maslova (1), MD; K. Agafonov (2) 1-Smolensk State Medical University 2-Smolensk Regional Clinical Hospital

The paper considers the issues of oral muscle relaxant treatment for nonspecific back pain.

Keywords: 
neurology
treatment for nonspecific back pain
baclofen



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