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Hiccups: sources and notes

> Mc Farling DA, Susac JO. Devilish hiccup: Intractable hiccups as a manifestation of multiple sclerosis. Neurology, 1979.

> Fass R, Higa L, Kodner A, et al. Stimulus and site specific induction of hiccups in the oesophagus of normal subjects. Gut, 1997.

> Bizec JL, Launois S, Bolgert F, et al. The hiccups of the adult. Rev Mal Respir, 1995.

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