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Adenotonsillectomy Significantly Reduces Central Apneas in Patients with a Predominantly Obstructive Sleep Apnea component.Academic Article Why?
[Neurobiological consequences of sleep apnea syndrome in children].Academic Article Why?
Obesity, asthma, and sleep-disordered breathing.Academic Article Why?
Obstructive sleep apnea in children: implications for the developing central nervous system.Academic Article Why?
Clinical heterogeneity of patients with complex sleep apnea syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Complex sleep apnea unmasked by the use of a mandibular advancement device.Academic Article Why?
Plasma C-reactive protein in nonobese children with obstructive sleep apnea before and after adenotonsillectomy.Academic Article Why?
Technology-Supported Treatment of Sleep Apnea in PrediabetesGrant Why?
Acute cardiopulmonary failure from sleep-disordered breathing.Academic Article Why?
Exosome and Macrophage Crosstalk in Sleep-Disordered Breathing-Induced Metabolic Dysfunction.Academic Article Why?
Bariatric surgery and its impact on sleep architecture, sleep-disordered breathing, and metabolism.Academic Article Why?
Treatment of sleep-disordered breathing in children with myelomeningocele.Academic Article Why?
Daytime sleepiness and polysomnography in obstructive sleep apnea patients.Academic Article Why?
Reciprocal interactions between spontaneous and respiratory arousals in adults with suspected sleep-disordered breathing.Academic Article Why?
Valve repair improves central sleep apnea in heart failure patients with valvular heart diseases.Academic Article Why?
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