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High-altitude illness.Academic Article Why?
Cerebral spinal fluid dynamics: effect of hypoxia and implications for high-altitude illness.Academic Article Why?
LUNG LIPIDS IN NEONATAL PULMONARY HYPERTENSIVE DISEASESGrant Why?
EFFECT OF VIRUS AND HYPOXIA ON LUNG ENDOTHELIN AND EDEMAGrant Why?
Understanding of Altitude Illness and Use of Pharmacotherapy Among Trekkers and Porters in the Annapurna Region of Nepal.Academic Article Why?
The Complexity of Diagnosing High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema: A Case Report and Review of the Differential Diagnosis of Greater Than Expected Hypoxemia at Altitude.Academic Article Why?
New-onset anxiety disorders at high altitude.Academic Article Why?
Chest ultrasonography for the diagnosis and monitoring of high-altitude pulmonary edema.Academic Article Why?
Exercise exacerbates acute mountain sickness at simulated high altitude.Academic Article Why?
AltitudeOmics: cerebral autoregulation during ascent, acclimatization, and re-exposure to high altitude and its relation with acute mountain sickness.Academic Article Why?
Evidence for increased intracranial pressure in high altitude pulmonary edema.Academic Article Why?
Language used in Lake Louise Scoring System underestimates symptoms of acute mountain sickness in 4- to 11-year-old children.Academic Article Why?
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