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Well-child checks failed to determine that the growth of a young immigrant girl was severely behind the curve. At the age of 12, routine lab tests showed a TSH of 834—indicating severe hypothyroidism.
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Quality of clinical aspects of call handling at Dutch out of hours centres: cross sectional national study.
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Adolescent Diabetes: A Routine Visit?
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The management of test results in primary care: does an electronic medical record make a difference?
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