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By MELISSA R. LARZO, MD, CRISTOFORO R. LARZO, MD, LISA A. WOOD, MD, LINDA S. NIELD, MD, and DEEPAK M. KAMAT, MD, PhD
West Virginia University and Wayne State University | February 1, 2005
Drs Larzo, Wood, and Nield are affiliated with West Virginia University in Morgantown. Dr Melissa Larzo is assistant professor in general pediatrics. Dr Cristoforo Larzo is a resident in ophthalmology. Dr Wood is a resident in the department of pediatrics. Dr Nield is associate professor of pediatrics. Dr Kamat is professor of pediatrics at Wayne State University in Detroit; he is also director of the Institute of Medical Education and vice chair of education at Children’s Hospital of Michigan.
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