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Contact with armadillos increases the risk of leprosy in Brazil: A case control study

Deps P D, Alves B L, Gripp C G, Aragao R L, Guedes BVS, Filho J B, Andreatta M K, Marcari R S, Prates ICA, Rodrigues L C

Year : 2008| Volume: 74| Issue : 4 | Page no: 338-342

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