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Ann Med Res. 2018; 25(2): 297-298


A rare cause of severe superficial herpetic skin infection in a 13-month-old female patient: Autosomal recessive HIES

Emrullah Arikanoglu, Mehmet Semih Demirtas, Mehmet Yavuz Ozbey, Ayca Kiykim, Erdem Topal.

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