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Postnatal weight loss and regaining of birth weight in vlbw infants reflect extracellular volume changes and not nutritional status



Postnatal weight loss and regaining of birth weight in vlbw infants reflect extracellular volume changes and not nutritional status



Pediatric Research 26(5): 524




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DOI: 10.1203/00006450-198911000-00147


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