Geriatric Pharmacology: Principles and Implications for Oral Health

  • Brian C. Scanlan


Irritable Bowel Syndrome Oral Health Trigeminal Neuralgia Adverse Drug Event Motion Sickness 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Brian C. Scanlan
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  1. 1.Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine New York Medical College St. Vincent’s Hospital ManhattanNR1218 New York

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