Contact allergy to acrylate-based dental materials in users and in dental professionals

Jovanović, Marina; Brkić, Silvija; Turkalj, Ivan; Vujanović, Ljuba; Mikov, Ivan
December 2010
HealthMed;Dec2010, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p792
Academic Journal
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