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Things neonatal often describes (“neonatal ________”)
period, unit, care, mortality, deaths, death, infection, jaundice, seizures, rats, hepatitis, sepsis, syndrome, screening, disease, units, meningitis, infections, herpes, mice, rat, hypoglycemia, rate, brain, thrombocytopenia, morbidity, outcome, tetanus, cells, thymectomy, depression, hyperbilirubinemia, treatment, resuscitation, convulsions, hemorrhage, rates, asphyxia, hypothyroidism, complications, exposure, conjunctivitis, effects, animals, circumcision, hypocalcemia, enterocolitis, myocytes, withdrawal, cholestasis, behavior, surgery, distress, obstruction, lesions, encephalopathy, tetany, failure, pneumonia, administration, lupus, patients, injury, myasthenia, hypoglycaemia, thyrotoxicosis, disorders, purpura, hyperparathyroidism, hyperthyroidism, pigs, outcomes, assessment, survival, nursery, physiology, liver, status, examination, septicemia, scale, imitation, circulation, erythematosus, damage, medicine, apnea, diabetes, cardiomyocytes, neutropenia

Descriptive words:
early, normal, fetal, isolated, transient, human, severe, maternal, late, bovine, higher, routine, particular, chronic, familial, perinatal, acute, impersonal

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