Twins with severe recurrent chest infections

Minen, F.; Barbi, E.; Ventura, A.; Carrera, P.; Zennaro, F.; Chiodera, P.
December 2008
Thorax;Dec2008, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p1082
Academic Journal
journal article
A letter to the editor is presented which presents a case of two homozygotic twins delivered through a caesarian section and diagnosed with severe recurrent chest infections.


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