Speech Disorders In World War II: III. Dysarthria Research Article
Research Article  |   December 01, 1945
Speech Disorders In World War II: III. Dysarthria
 
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  • * William G. Peacher, M.D., is a Captain in the Medical Corps, Army Service Forces, McGuire General Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. The present paper was submitted to the Journal of Speech Disorders, October 1, 1945. It is the third in a series of articles by Captain Peacher dealing with speech disorders in World War II, the first of which was published in this Journal, 1945, 10, 155–161, and the second in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1945, 102, 165–171.
    William G. Peacher, M.D., is a Captain in the Medical Corps, Army Service Forces, McGuire General Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. The present paper was submitted to the Journal of Speech Disorders, October 1, 1945. It is the third in a series of articles by Captain Peacher dealing with speech disorders in World War II, the first of which was published in this Journal, 1945, 10, 155–161, and the second in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1945, 102, 165–171.×
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Research Article   |   December 01, 1945
Speech Disorders In World War II: III. Dysarthria
Journal of Speech Disorders, December 1945, Vol. 10, 287-291. doi:10.1044/jshd.1004.287
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, December 1945, Vol. 10, 287-291. doi:10.1044/jshd.1004.287
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