Functional status of elderly adults receiving dialysis.


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@article{Burns2010FunctionalSO, title={Functional status of elderly adults receiving dialysis.}, author={Aine P Burns and Andrew Davenport}, journal={The New England journal of medicine}, year={2010}, volume={362 5}, pages={468; author reply 469} }