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Subgrouping Persons with Snoring and/or Apnea by Using Anthropometric and Cephalometric Measures



Subgrouping Persons with Snoring and/or Apnea by Using Anthropometric and Cephalometric Measures



Sleep And Breathing 5(2): 079-092




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DOI: 10.1055/s-2001-15800


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