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Frequency and Clinical Significance of Transient Hyperechoic Renal Medulla in Neonates.
Sung Shick Cho, Jung Hoon Kim, Hyun Sook Hong, Ji Hoon Shin, Jung Hwa Hwang, Dong Erk Goo, Kui Hyang Kwon, Deuk Lin Choi
Ultrasonography. 2001;20(4):309-313.   Published online 2001 December 1

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