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Pseudohongos en Ganglio Linfático.

Dr. Pascual Meseguer García, Dr. Francisco García Herreros, Dra. Mª José Roca Estellés, Dr. Álvaro Gómez Castro, Dr. Jorge Escandón Álvarez.

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Pascual Meseguer García, M.D. Servicio de Anatomía Patológica. Hospital Lluìs Alcanyìs. Xátiva. Valencia. España
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