Opitz oculo-genito-laryngeal syndrome:a rare cause of recurrent aspiration pneumonia in an adult

de Silva, Deepthi; Osborne, Aileen; Simpson, Sheila A.; Dean, John C. S.; Seaton, Anthony
February 1998
Thorax;Feb1998, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p149
Academic Journal
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