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Manejo de dificultades en la alimentación en niños

Descripción de una secuencia de cribado y manejo de los trastornos alimentarios en pediatría.
Autor/a: Benny Kerzner, Kim Milano, William C. MacLean, Glenn Berall, Sheela Stuart and Irene Chatoor Pediatrics 2015; 135; 344
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Referencias
Referencias


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