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Update on a new controversy in endocrinology: isolated maternal hypothyroxinemia.

Bibliographic reference Furnica, Raluca Maria ; Lazarus, J. H. ; Gruson, Damien ; Daumerie, Chantal. Update on a new controversy in endocrinology: isolated maternal hypothyroxinemia.. In: Journal of Endocrinological Investigation, Vol. 38, no.2, p. 117-123 (2014)
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