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Certain rare typhous complications (hemorrhagic nephrotyphus; nephrorrhagia; orchiepididymitis; vulvar ulcerations; peripheral arteritis); general and practical considerations


, : Certain rare typhous complications (hemorrhagic nephrotyphus; nephrorrhagia; orchiepididymitis; vulvar ulcerations; peripheral arteritis); general and practical considerations. Athena; Rassegna Mensile di Biologia, Clinica E Terapia 18(4): 171-174


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