Neonatal Listeriosis: Increased Frequency or Greater Awareness?

June 1968
Clinical Pediatrics;Jun1968, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p309
Academic Journal
Focuses on the incidence of neonatal listeriosis. Greater awareness about the disease; Clinical manifestations; Recommended approach to the diagnosis of neonatal listeriosis.


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