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Snoring: Sources and notes

- Viot - Blanc V. Sleep apnea syndrome in neurology: where and how to find it? How and why treat it? Neurol.com. 2009; 1 (3): 79-83.

- Boutremans E, Medin Rey S, Loeb L. Management of sleep apnea syndrome. Rev Med Brux. 2008; (29): 277-80.

- Ballivet de Régloix S, Pons Y, Chabolle F, Clement P, Maurin O, Conessa P. Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Rev Prat. 2010; 60 (5): 669-82.

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