Clinical investigation of pulmonary Mycobacterium avium complex infection in human T lymphotrophic virus type I carriers

Matsuyama, Wataru; Mizoguchi, Akira; Iwami, Fumiyuki; Koreeda, Yoshifusa; Wakimoto, Joeji; Kanazawa, Hironobu; Mori, Shinichirou; Kawabata, Masaharu; Fukunaga, Hidetomo; Osame, Mitsuhiro
May 2000
Thorax;May2000, p388
Academic Journal
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