Francçois Marchal

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In older children, measuring lung function is integral for understanding respiratory physiology and for clinical assessment. Pulmonary function tests for infants and children younger than American Thoracic Society Documents 1305 2 years are used as both research and clinical tools. The usefulness of these tests has benefited from approximately 15 years of(More)
Juvenile recurrent parotitis (JRP) is the second most frequent salivary gland disease in childhood, defined as a recurrent non-suppurative and non-obstructive parotid inflammation. The recurring attacks actually represent the most dramatic and serious aspect of this pathology, since they significantly influence the quality of life, and there are no(More)
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