Critères actuels d' aide au diagnostic clinique pour l' identification de manifestations oro-faciales du noma / M. H. Leclercq, D. Bourgeois
Leclercq, M. H, Bourgeois, Denis & WHO Oral Health Programme. (1994). Critères actuels d' aide au diagnostic clinique pour l' identification de manifestations oro-faciales du noma / M. H. Leclercq, D. Bourgeois. Genève : Organisation mondiale de la Santé. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/64080
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