Proteus syndrome associated with hemimegalencephaly and Ohtahara syndrome: Report of two cases

@article{Bastos2008ProteusSA,
  title={Proteus syndrome associated with hemimegalencephaly and Ohtahara syndrome: Report of two cases},
  author={H Bastos and Paula Santos da Silva and Marco Ant{\^o}nio Veloso de Albuquerque and Adriana Marques de Mattos and Rudimar dos Santos Riesgo and Lygia Ohlweiler and Maria Isabel Bragatti Winckler and Jos{\'e} Augusto Bragatti and Rodrigo Dias Duarte and Denise Isabel Zandon{\'a}},
  journal={Seizure},
  year={2008},
  volume={17},
  pages={378-382}
}

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