International Journal of Pediatrics & Neonatal Care Volume 6 (2020), Article ID 6:IJPNC-170, 2 pages
Expert Opinion
Is Tongue-Tie a Fad?

Patricia Berg-Drazin

Patricia Berg-Drazin, RLC, IBCLC, CST-D; E-mail:
03 October 2020; 28 December 2020; 30 December 2020
Berg-Drazin P (2020) Is Tongue-Tie a Fad? Int J Pediatr Neonat Care 6: 170. doi:


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