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Growth Curves After Adenotonsillectomy

Czechowicz and Chang examine patterns of change in weight and stature in children after adenotonsillectomy.

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This cross-sectional study reports findings of tests of rhythm, pitch, melody, harmony, and timbre perception in 10 children with cochlear implants.

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