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Is procalcitonin a good marker of renal lesion in febrile urinary tract infection?

Bibliographic reference Tuerlinckx, David ; Vander Borght, Thierry ; Glupczynski, Gerald ; Galanti, Laurence ; Roelants, Véronique ; et. al. Is procalcitonin a good marker of renal lesion in febrile urinary tract infection?. In: European journal of pediatrics, Vol. 164, no. 10, p. 651-2 (2005)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/10258
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