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Update: Sudden Unexplained Death Syndrome Among Southeast Asian Refugees—United States

JAMA. 1988;260(14):2033. doi:10.1001/jama.1988.03410140045010.
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CDC.  Sudden unexplained death syndrome in Southeast Asian refugees: a review of CDC surveillance. In: CDC surveillance summaries, Feb. 1987 . MMWR 1987;36(no. (1SS) ):43SS-53SS.
CDC.  Sudden, unexpected, nocturnal deaths among Southeast Asian refugees . MMWR 1981; 30:581-4,589.
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Kirschner RH, Eckner FAO, Baron RC.  The cardiac pathology of sudden, unexplained nocturnal death in Southeast Asian refugees . JAMA 1986;256:2700-5.
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Baron RC, Thacker SB, Gorelkin L, Vernon AA, Taylor WR, Choi K.  Sudden death among Southeast Asian refugees . JAMA 1983;250:2947-51.
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