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a.1.Pertaining to asphyxia.
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Herein we report an asphyctic preterm neonate with respiratory distress and prothrombotic risk factors that responded positively to rtPA treatment following 2 attacks of acute thrombosis.
Semiosis of communication and exchange is made of relative and stereotyped relations, of what we can identify as non-relations, this type of communication ends up becoming void, asphyctic, sclerotical, in the last analysis, artificial and false.
Yet, it is with L'aria serena dell'Ovest that Soldini closes a decade bringing to full circle what was earlier simply the mapping of an asphyctic, silent, and claustrophobic urban space: