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Value of laboratory findings in the diagnosis of hypereosinophilia



Value of laboratory findings in the diagnosis of hypereosinophilia



Medecine Tropicale 58(4 bis): 493-498



The investigation of hypereosinophilia is discussed. It requires a close collaboration between biologists and clinicians.

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