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Hand, foot, and mouth disease. A clinically recognizable virus infection seen mainly in children



Hand, foot, and mouth disease. A clinically recognizable virus infection seen mainly in children



Clinical Pediatrics 6(6): 373-376




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PMID: 6026217

DOI: 10.1177/000992286700600617


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