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Blind Sleep Disorders

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SOURCES: Alfred J. Lewy, MD, PhD, Professor of Biological Psychiatry, Professor of Psychiatry, Ophthalmology, and Physiology/Pharmacology, Senior Vice Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, Director, Sleep and Mood Disorders Laboratory. OHSU, Portland, Oregon. Lewy, A., "Clinical Applications of Melatonin in Circadian Disorders" Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience-Vol 5.No. 4-2003, Cardiovascular Research, Spring 2003.

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