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A 67-year-old man was admitted to the hospital with symptoms of progressive dyspnoea. For 2 months he had received second-line treatment with dexamethasone and thalidomide for a multiple myeloma. Physical examination revealed a tachypnoeic patient and arterial blood gas analysis revealed a respiratory alkalosis and severe hypoxaemia. A high-resolution CT(More)
  • K G Lie
  • Child: care, health and development
  • 1994
This longitudinal study investigated whether very low birthweight (VLBW < or = 1500 g) pre-schoolers with no major handicap differed in cognitive and perceptuomotor development from a control group of normal birthweight children, matched for gender, ethnic origin, birth order, social class and maternal age. There were statistically significant differences(More)
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