Lung and eye pathology develop concurrently in neonatal supplemental oxygen model

L. Wickramasinghe (Melbourne, Australia), E. Tsantikos (Melbourne, Australia), M. Lau (Melbourne, Australia), D. Talia (Melbourne, Australia), D. Deliyanti (Melbourne, Australia), J. Wilkinson-Berka (Melbourne, Australia), M. Hibbs (Melbourne, Australia)

Source: International Congress 2019 – The new-born lung: short- and long-term pathological entities
Session: The new-born lung: short- and long-term pathological entities
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 274

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L. Wickramasinghe (Melbourne, Australia), E. Tsantikos (Melbourne, Australia), M. Lau (Melbourne, Australia), D. Talia (Melbourne, Australia), D. Deliyanti (Melbourne, Australia), J. Wilkinson-Berka (Melbourne, Australia), M. Hibbs (Melbourne, Australia). Lung and eye pathology develop concurrently in neonatal supplemental oxygen model. 274

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