Maturation of Esophageal Motility and Esophagogastric Junction in Preterm Infants.

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Summary of "Maturation of Esophageal Motility and Esophagogastric Junction in Preterm Infants."

Preterm infants commonly present with oral feeding problems. The role of maturation of esophageal bolus transport mechanisms herein remains unclear.


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Name: Neonatology
ISSN: 1661-7819
Pages: 1-9


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