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Myotubular myopathy associated with hypoxicischem-ic encephalopathy as a cause of prolonged ventilatory dependency  

  • KRISTINA LAH TOMULIĆ1
  • SANDRO DESSARDO1
  • GORDANA ZAMOLO2
  • SABINA GALLATI3
  • MILJEN GAZDIK1
  • NATALIA KUČIĆ4
  • NEVEN FLETA1

1,Pediatric Intensiv Care Unit Department of Pediatrics University Hospital Rijeka

2Department of Pathology, Medical Faculty, University of Rijeka

3Department of Paediatrics, Div of Human Genetics

4Department of Physiology and Immunology, Medical Faculty, University of Rijeka

DOI: 10.22514/SV11.102006.7 Vol.1,Issue 1,October 2006 pp.33-35

Published: 08 October 2006

*Corresponding Author(s): KRISTINA LAH TOMULIĆ E-mail: k.lahtomulic@hi.htnet.hr

Keywords

myotubular myopathy, muscle biopsy, genetic analysis hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy  

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KRISTINA LAH TOMULIĆ,SANDRO DESSARDO,GORDANA ZAMOLO,SABINA GALLATI,MILJEN GAZDIK,NATALIA KUČIĆ,NEVEN FLETA. Myotubular myopathy associated with hypoxicischem-ic encephalopathy as a cause of prolonged ventilatory dependency . Signa Vitae. 2006. 1(1);33-35.

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