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Journal Scan / Research · November 03, 2021

COVID-19 Is Associated With Distinct Myopathic Features in the Diaphragm of Critically Ill Patients

BMJ Open Respiratory Research


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BMJ Open Respiratory Research
COVID-19 is associated with distinct myopathic features in the diaphragm of critically ill patients
BMJ Open Respir Res 2021 Sep 01;8(1)e001052, Z Shi, SJP Bogaards, S Conijn, Y Onderwater, P Espinosa, DI Bink, M van den Berg, M van de Locht, M Bugiani, H van der Hoeven, RA Boon, L Heunks, CAC Ottenheijm

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