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An epidemic of hand foot and mouth disease due to Enterovirus 71 in the 2002-03 influenza season



An epidemic of hand foot and mouth disease due to Enterovirus 71 in the 2002-03 influenza season



Report of the Yamagata Prefectural Institute of Public Health (36): 64-66




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