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The Effect of Complex Korean Medical Treatment on a Spinal Cord Tumor: Focused on Changes of Pain and Temperature Sensation and Pain Sensation
Gi Nam Park, So Yun Kim, Kyung Min Kim, Hyun Ji Kim, Eun Seok Kim, Young Il Kim
J Acupunct Res. 2015;32(3):229-236.   Published online September 20, 2015
DOI: https://doi.org/10.13045/acupunct.2015055

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The Effect of Complex Korean Medical Treatment on a Spinal Cord Tumor: Focused on Changes of Pain and Temperature Sensation and Pain Sensation
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