Harro Pahl

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We report the case of a mature newborn infant, which aroused attention 8 hours after birth due to an unexplainable paroxysmal tachypnea together with subsequently prolonged apnea. The combination of tachypnea, athetoid movement patterns, apraxia of the tongue, nystagmus and dysplasia of the cerebellum with dilation of the 4th ventricle, led to the diagnosis(More)
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