Vitamin D deficiency is associated with altered hematologic indexes in very low birth weight infants.
Molloy, Eleanor J
Infant, Very Low Birth Weight
Vitamin D Deficiency
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CitationVitamin D deficiency is associated with altered hematologic indexes in very low birth weight infants. 2011, 158 (4):687; author reply 687-8 J. Pediatr.
PublisherThe Journal of pediatrics
JournalThe Journal of pediatrics
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