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Human amygdala activation by the sound produced during dental treatment: A fMRI study

Yu Jen-Fang, Lee Kun-Che, Hong Hsiang-Hsi, Kuo Song-Bor, Wu Chung-De, Wai Yau-Yau, Chen Yi-Fen, Peng Ying-Chin

Year : 2015| Volume: 17| Issue : 78 | Page no: 337-342

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