Syndrome of Hyperviscosity in the Neonate

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A. S. Ongkie

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This paper tries to present a brief review on the many-sided problem of the syndrome of hyperviscosity in the neonate.

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Ongkie A. Syndrome of Hyperviscosity in the Neonate. PI [Internet]. 11Jul.2017 [cited 25Jul.2021];14(11-12):232-8. Available from: https://paediatricaindonesiana.org/index.php/paediatrica-indonesiana/article/view/1552
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Received 2017-06-22
Accepted 2017-06-22
Published 2017-07-11

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