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Vasculitis: report from Mexico


, : Vasculitis: report from Mexico. Clinical and Experimental Nephrology 17(5): 715-717

Although primary systemic vasculitides (PSV) are infrequent diseases, basic and clinical research have increased the knowledge of these autoimmune conditions substantially. Some PSV seem to be more frequent in certain countries. Here we present a brief history of the modest, but important contributions made in Mexico in this area of research.

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PMID: 23229651

DOI: 10.1007/s10157-012-0748-6


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