Differential lung function in an infant with the Swyer-James syndrome

Avital, A; Shulman, D L; Bar-Yishay, E; Noviski, N; Schachter, J; Krausz, Y; Godfrey, S
April 1989
Thorax;Apr1989, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p298
Academic Journal
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