Sarcoidosis possibly predisposing to disseminated histoplasmosis

Tebib, J G; Piens, M A; Guillaux, M; Colomb, D; Garin, J P; Tete, R
January 1988
Thorax;Jan1988, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p73
Academic Journal
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