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Primary erythromelalgia with severe ulcers and successful ulcer treatment with sorbalgon

European Journal of Dermatology 22(1): 142-143

Primary erythromelalgia with severe ulcers and successful ulcer treatment with sorbalgon

Accession: 055177227

PMID: 22134130

DOI: 10.1684/ejd.2011.1586

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