Antibiotic treatment in pneumonia due to Q fever

Sobradillo, V; Zalacain, R; Capelastegui, A; Uresandi, F; Corral, J
April 1992
Thorax;Apr1992, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p276
Academic Journal
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