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Бронхиальная астма и беременность

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Ю. В. Прямкова
Кафедра детских болезней № 1 педиатрического факультета Российского государственного медицинского университета
Россия


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Прямкова Ю.В. Бронхиальная астма и беременность. Пульмонология. 2002;(1):109-116.

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Pryamkova Yu.V. Bronchial asthma and pregnancy. PULMONOLOGIYA. 2002;(1):109-116. (In Russ.)

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