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Triangulation of the distal radial epiphysis predicts severity of growth failure due to SHOX deficiency in Turner syndrome



Triangulation of the distal radial epiphysis predicts severity of growth failure due to SHOX deficiency in Turner syndrome



Hormone Research (Basel) 53(Suppl 2): 29, July




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