Epidemic of surgical-site infections by a single clone of rapidly growing mycobacteria in Brazil.
Leão, Sylvia Cardoso; Viana-Niero, Cristina; Matsumoto, Cristianne Kayoko; Lima, Karla Valeria Batista; Lopes, Maria Luiza; Palaci, Moisés; Hadad, David Jamil; Vinhas, Solange; Duarte, Rafael Silva; Lourenço, Maria Cristina Silva; Kipnis, André; das Neves, Zilah Cândida; Gabardo, Betina Mendez Alcântara; Ribeiro, Marta Osório; Baethgen, Ludmila; de Assis, Denise Brandão; Madalosso, Geraldine; Chimara, Erica; Dalcolmo, Margareth Pretti.
; 5(6): 971-80, 2010 Jun.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-20521940
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