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Specific Varicella-Related Complications and Their Decrease in Hospitalized Children after the Introduction of General Varicella Vaccination: Results from a Multicenter Pediatric Hospital…

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Specific Varicella-Related Complications and Their Decrease in Hospitalized Children after the Introduction of General Varicella Vaccination: Results from a Multicenter Pediatric Hospital Surveillance Study in Bavaria (Germany)
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Infectious Diseases and Therapy, October 2019
DOI 10.1007/s40121-019-00273-6
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Christine Hagemann, Alexander Krämer, Veit Grote, Johannes G. Liese, Andrea Streng

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#11,074,244
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#181
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#187,911
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#9
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