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Abuse or metabolic disorder?
  1. GEORG F HOFFMANN
  1. Department of Neuropediatrics and Metabolic Diseases
  2. University of Marburg
  3. Deutschhaussraβe 12
  4. D-35037 Marburg, Germany
  5. The Children’s Hospital
  6. Dublin, Ireland
    1. EILEEN R NAUGHTEN
    1. Department of Neuropediatrics and Metabolic Diseases
    2. University of Marburg
    3. Deutschhaussraβe 12
    4. D-35037 Marburg, Germany
    5. The Children’s Hospital
    6. Dublin, Ireland

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