Pignotti, Maria Serenella; Scarsedi, Gianfranco; Barberi, Ignazio; Barni, Mauro; Bevilacqua, Giulio; Branconi, Francesco; Bucci, Giovanni; Campograde, Mario; Curiel, Pietro; di Iorio, Romolo; Renzo, Gian Carlo; di Tommaso, Mariarosario; Moscarini, Massimo; Norelli, Gian Aristide; Pagni, Aldo; Panti, Antonio; Pela, Ivana; Randini, Giorgio; Saggese, Giuseppe; Salvioli, Giampaolo
November 2007
Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition;Nov2007, Vol. 92 Issue 6, pF515
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor is presented concerning on perinatal care at low gestational age.


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