Clinical-Morphological Comparisons – Possible Diagnostic Method of Multiple-Organ-Failure Syndrome in Newborns
Journal Title: The Advanced Science Journal - Year 2011, Vol 2011, Issue 2
The article presents criteria for diagnostics of multiple-organ-failure syndrome (MOFS) in newborns, determined by statistical methods, basing on comparison of morphological changes presence in organs and systems of dead newborns with clinical data.
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How To Cite
D Shkurupiy (2011). Clinical-Morphological Comparisons – Possible Diagnostic Method of Multiple-Organ-Failure Syndrome in Newborns. The Advanced Science Journal, 2011(2), 133-135. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-150308