Character of speech silence as a diagnostic biomarker of early cognitive impairment and its functional mechanism: a multicenter cross-sectional cohort study | BMC Medicine

Character of speech silence as a diagnostic biomarker of early cognitive impairment and its functional mechanism: a multicenter cross-sectional cohort study |  BMC Medicine
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