Increased incidence of invasive group A streptococcal infections in Sweden, January 2012-February 2013

Darenberg, J.; Henriques-Normark, B.; Lepp, T.; Tegmark-Wisell, K.; Tegnell, A.; Widgren, K.
April 2013
Eurosurveillance (15607917);4/4/2013, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p9
Academic Journal
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