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[Neurobiological consequences of sleep apnea syndrome in children].Academic Article Why?
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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?
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Acute cardiopulmonary failure from sleep-disordered breathing.Academic Article Why?
Exosome and Macrophage Crosstalk in Sleep-Disordered Breathing-Induced Metabolic Dysfunction.Academic Article Why?
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