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Family Functioning of Adolescents with Congenital Cardiopathy in a Sample from Public Schools in Porto Alegre - RS

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Title
Family Functioning of Adolescents with Congenital Cardiopathy in a Sample from Public Schools in Porto Alegre - RS
Published in
"International Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences", November 2020
DOI 10.36660/ijcs.20190113
Authors

Ângela Piccoli, Lucas Neiva-Silva, Lucia Campos Pellanda

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#17,059,138
of 21,131,454 outputs
Outputs from "International Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences"
#115
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#303,847
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Outputs of similar age from "International Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences"
#10
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