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Dental defects associated with neonatal symptomatic hypocalcaemia
  1. L. Stimmler,
  2. G. J. A. I. Snodgrass,
  3. Eileen Jaffe


    12 children who had had hypocalcaemic convulsions between the 5th and 10th day of life were followed for 2 to 5 years. All 12 children had serious abnormalities of enamel of the canine and molar teeth resulting in progressive destruction of these teeth.

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