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OBJECTIVE To check whether there is a difference in indications for delivery, antepartum and neonatal characteristics in intermittent absent end diastolic velocity (iAEDV) compared to persistent absent or reversed end diastolic velocity (pA/REDV). METHODS A retrospective study of 109 patients with iAEDV or pA/REDV from 19 to 39 weeks. The delivery(More)
We report a six year-old asthmatic male who developed transient motor tics, possibly secondary to his use of fluticasone propionate (fluticasone). At this particular clinic visit, the mother reported that the patient had begun using fluticasone 50 mcg two puffs b.i.d. for the last four months. The motor tics began to appear about two months after he began(More)
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