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10.4103/0976-3147.105598

Are symptoms of restless legs syndrome generated in the periphery of the nervous system or are they born centrally?

Department of Pediatrics, Jundiaí Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil
Address for correspondence: Dr. José Carlos Pereira Rua Isaí Leiner 54, Jundiaí, São Paulo Brazil joscarlospereirajr@gmail.com
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