Diagnoza i terapia zaburzeń oddechowo-fonacyjnych w dyzartrii. Studia indywidualnych przypadków


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Published : 2019-12-22

SzewczykB. (2019). Diagnoza i terapia zaburzeń oddechowo-fonacyjnych w dyzartrii. Studia indywidualnych przypadków. Logopedia Silesiana, (8), 400-434. https://doi.org/10.31261/LOGOPEDIASILESIANA.2019.08.17

Beata Szewczyk  logopediasilesiana@us.edu.pl
Przemysłowy Zespół Opieki Zdrowotnej w Gdańsku  Poland

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