Wound botulism in an injecting drug abuser

Thomas, G. L.; Haji-Michael, P. G.
May 2003
Intensive Care Medicine;May2003, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p857
Academic Journal
case study
Presents a letter to the editor on wound botulism in an injecting drug abuser.


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