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Successful pregnancy in a patient with Fabry disease receiving enzyme replacement therapy

Bibliographic reference Dehout, F. ; Roland, D. ; Henry, Fabienne ; Langlois, A ; Van Maldergem, L.. Successful pregnancy in a patient with Fabry disease receiving enzyme replacement therapy.In: Acta Paediatrica : promoting child health, Vol. 95, p. 137-138 (2006)
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