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Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12)

 ORIGINAL ARTICLES 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):691-8

Psychomotor and audiological assessment of infants born to mothers with subclinical thyroid dysfunction in early pregnancy

Radetti G., Gentili L., Paganini C., Oberhofer R., Deluggi I., Delucca A.


 ORIGINAL ARTICLES 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):699-712

Evaluation of the effects if a nucleotide-supplemented formula on the incidence of diarrhea. An italian multicenter study

Merolla R. e Gruppo Pediatri Sperimentatori


 ORIGINAL ARTICLES 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):713-8

Buccal mucosal grafts for secondary hypospadias repair

Marte A., Cotrufo A. M., Del Monaco C., Di Iorio G., De Pasquale M.


 REVIEWS 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):719-30

Diabetes mellitus in the pre-school child

Santilli F., Greene S., Chiarelli F.


 REVIEWS 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):731-8

Congenital malformations of the temporal bone. Clinical aspects and therapeutical indications

Salvinelli F., Trivelli M., Greco F.


 CASE REPORT 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):739-42

Obstructive trichobezoar syndrome: only a hystorical interest? Description of an adolescent's case

Candelotti P., Tulli M., Pasquini R., Carlucci A., Tomassini N., Tosti M.


 CASE REPORT 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):743-6

Spontaneous gastric perforation in premature twins

Gardikis S., Giannakopoulou C., Hatzidaki E., Vlazakis S., Vlazakis I., Kazanis I., Charissis G.


 LETTERSS TO THE EDITOR 

Minerva Pediatrica 2000 December;52(12):747-8

Bacteremia in children. Evaluation of a case series in a Pediatric Division over a period of 21 months

Colombo M., Curci D., Elsi B., Magni L. A.


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