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Klinische Erfassung

  • A.P. Diday-Nolle
  • S. Breier
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Die klinische Erfassung gilt als richtungweisend für den Behandlungsbeginn und den -verlauf. Sie erfolgt jedoch nicht nur einmal, sondern bleibt Bestandteil des therapeutischen Vorgehens.

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