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Estado de coma y trastornos de la conciencia: una revisión analítica desde un enfoque neurofuncional. Parte I

@inproceedings{Garca2013EstadoDC,
  title={Estado de coma y trastornos de la conciencia: una revisi{\'o}n anal{\'i}tica desde un enfoque neurofuncional. Parte I},
  author={Silvia Garc{\'i}a and S. Su{\'a}rez and Erika Graciela Meza D{\'a}valos and A. Villag{\'o}mez},
  year={2013}
}
The alert state (wakefulness) and physiological sleep are biological phenomena of vital importance in the human being. Neurobiological knowledge of these functions and their alterations will provide useful tools for a proper diagnosis, management and prognosis of the patient suffering such abnormalities. This is the first of a two parts revision of organic processes. It was conducted a literature search in the databases of Medline, Pubmed, Artemisa and LILACs from 1980 to 2012; for search were… Expand
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