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Histopathologic changes of the nerves and skin in tuberculoid leprosy and their relation to the development of causative agent in leprosy



Histopathologic changes of the nerves and skin in tuberculoid leprosy and their relation to the development of causative agent in leprosy



Arkhiv Patologii 14(5): 45-52




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