Garganta, nariz y oídos - Bibliografía


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El presente trabajo ha sido traducido para su publicación en Canal Down21 con la autorización de Wetsminster Publications. El trabajo original ENT and Speech Disorders in Children with Down Syndrome: an Overview of Pathophysiology, Clinical Features, Treatments, and Current Management fue publicado en Clinical Pediatrics 43(9): 783-791, 2004.