Corpus ID: 11809875

[Patients' and doctors' attitudes towards bipolar disorder--do we share our beliefs?].

@article{Mczka2009PatientsAD,
  title={[Patients' and doctors' attitudes towards bipolar disorder--do we share our beliefs?].},
  author={Grzegorz Mączka and Marcin Siwek and Michał Skalski and Dominika Dudek},
  journal={Psychiatria polska},
  year={2009},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={
          301-12
        }
}
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