American cutaneous leishmaniasis : use of a skin test as a predictor of relapse after treatment / Valéria M. A. Passos ... [et al.]
Other TitlesLeishmaniose cutanée américaine : un test cutané comme indicateur prédictif des rechutes après traitement : résumé
Leishmaniasis cutánea americana : uso de una prueba cutánea como factor predictivo de las recaídas tras el tratamiento : resumen
Passos, Valéria M. A, Barreto, Sandhi M, Romanha, Alvaro J, Krettli, Antoniana U, Volpini, Angela C. et al. (2000). American cutaneous leishmaniasis : use of a skin test as a predictor of relapse after treatment / Valéria M. A. Passos ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/57385
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2000 ; 78(8) : 968-974
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