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Hearing and loud music exposure in 14-15 years old adolescents

Serra Mario R, Biassoni Ester C, Hinalaf María, Abraham Mónica, Pavlik Marta, Villalobo Jorge Pérez, Curet Carlos, Joekes Silvia, Yacci María R, Righetti Andrea

Year : 2014| Volume: 16| Issue : 72 | Page no: 320-330

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