Effect of alcohol on psycho-physiological functions.

by Walter Richard Miles

Publisher: Carnegie Institution of Washington in Washington

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SeriesCarnegie Institution of Washington. Publication no. 266, Carnegie Institution of Washington publication -- 266
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LC ClassificationsQP915 A3 M5
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Pagination144p.
Number of Pages144
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Psychological Effects of Alcohol - Hepatic Encephalopathy. Many psychological effects of alcohol on the brain can also be seen in a form of a type of liver damage known as hepatic encephalopathy.

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