Stotteren pp 155-186 | Cite as

Behandeling van stotteren bij adolescenten en volwassenen

oktober 2006
  • H.F.M. Peters
  • J. Bouwen


Dit katern heeft betrekking op de behandeling van de laatste fase van stotteren, het zogenaamde gevorderde stotteren zoals zich dat bij adolescenten en volwassenen manifesteert.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • H.F.M. Peters
    • 1
  • J. Bouwen
    • 2
  1. 1.Afdeling Keel-, Neus- en Oorheelkundeumc St RadboudNijmegen
  2. 2.Afdeling kno-foniatrieErasmus mc – centrumlocatieRotterdam

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