Incidence of Excessive/Impacted Cerumen in Individuals with Mental Retardation
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Incidence of Excessive/Impacted Cerumen in Individuals with Mental Retardation A Longitudinal Investigation by Carl C. Crandell

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Published by American Association on Mental Retardation in Washington, USA .
Written in English


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Other titlesAnerican journal on mental retardation.
StatementCarl C. Crandall and Ross J. Roeser.
ContributionsRoesner, Ross J., American Association on Mental Retardation.
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Open LibraryOL18467249M

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