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A Boy Exhibiting Nervous Symptoms ascribed to Kernicterus with Septic Neonatal Jaundice as Cause


Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 31(6): 559-559
A Boy Exhibiting Nervous Symptoms ascribed to Kernicterus with Septic Neonatal Jaundice as Cause

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Accession: 051059093

PMID: 19991464



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