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2020
Mardy C, Blumenfeld YJ, Arunamata AA, Girsen AI, Sylvester KG, Halabi S, Rubesova E, Hintz SR, Tacy TA, Maskatia SA.  2020.  In fetuses with congenital lung masses, decreased ventricular and atrioventricular valve dimensions are associated with lesion size and clinical outcome.. Prenat Diagn. 40(2):206-215.
2018
Bennett MV, McLaurin K, Ambrose C, Lee HC.  2018.  Population-based trends and underlying risk factors for infant respiratory syncytial virus and bronchiolitis hospitalizations.. PLoS One. 13(10):e0205399.
2017
Girsen AI, Hintz SR, Sammour R, Naqvi A, El-Sayed YY, Sherwin K, Davis AS, Chock VY, Barth RA, Rubesova E et al..  2017.  Prediction of neonatal respiratory distress in pregnancies complicated by fetal lung masses.. Prenat Diagn. 37(3):266-272.
2015
Gage S, Kan P, Oehlert J, Gould JB, Stevenson DK, Shaw GM, O'Brodovich HM.  2015.  Determinants of chronic lung disease severity in the first year of life; A population based study.. Pediatr Pulmonol. 50(9):878-88.
2006
Finer NN, Powers RJ, Ou C-haoSimon, Durand D, Wirtschafter D, Gould JB.  2006.  Prospective evaluation of postnatal steroid administration: a 1-year experience from the California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative.. Pediatrics. 117(3):704-13.
2003
Sharek PJ, Baker R, Litman F, Kaempf J, Burch K, Schwarz E, Sun S, Payne NR.  2003.  Evaluation and development of potentially better practices to prevent chronic lung disease and reduce lung injury in neonates.. Pediatrics. 111(4 Pt 2):e426-31.
Burch K, Rhine W, Baker R, Litman F, Kaempf JW, Schwarz E, Sun S, Payne NR, Sharek PJ.  2003.  Implementing potentially better practices to reduce lung injury in neonates.. Pediatrics. 111(4 Pt 2):e432-6.