Crossed eye/hand laterality and left-eyedness predict a positive 24-month outcome in alcohol-dependent patients.

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Summary of "Crossed eye/hand laterality and left-eyedness predict a positive 24-month outcome in alcohol-dependent patients."

Available predictors of hospital readmission following withdrawal in alcohol-dependent patients are limited. However, such parameters are needed to optimize individualized treatment strategies. This study investigated whether crossed eye/hand laterality, eyedness, and handedness may predict outcomes in alcohol dependence.


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Name: Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
ISSN: 1530-0277


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