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Different Craniofacial Characteristics Predict Upper Airway Collapsibility in Japanese-Brazilian and White Men.

Different Craniofacial Characteristics Predict Upper Airway Collapsibility in Japanese-Brazilian and White Men. Chest. 2016 Mar; 149(3):737-46.

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