Cognitive impairment among patients with diabetes in Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional study
Middle East Current Psychiatry, November 2020
Rania Naguib, Eman S. Soliman, Fatima Mohammed Neimatallah, Najd Sulaiman AlKhudhairy, Amjad Muashaq ALGhamdi, Reema Saad Almosa, Kholud Abdullaziz Aldashash, Bashayer Yaqoub Alkhalifah, Hala Elmorshedy
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