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Systematically assessing the relative strengths and weaknesses of various animal model systems, this reference presents an overview of the known pathophysiology of sleep-related breathing disorders. It focuses exclusively on animal-based experimental approaches to improve current diagnostic and therapeutic practices in the management of sleep-related breathing disorders. Providing a fundamental understanding of sleep-related breathing disorders, the book introduces sleep disorders and applies modern neuroscience to regulation of breathing during sleep. The authors have collected nearly all known studies, summarized the date, and provided easy to understand diagrams, charts, and figures.
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Miodrag (Misha) Radulovacki, MD, PhD (Serbian Cyrillic: Миодраг Радуловачки; Serbian Latin: Miodrag Radulovački), was an American scientist and inventor of Serbian descent.
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