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Encéphalopathie à complexes triphasiques et syndrome de Guillain-Barré retardé lors d'une intoxication aiguë par un herbicide « chlorophénoxy »

Bibliographic reference Schoonjans, Alexandra ; Van Pesch, Vincent ; van Snick, Sylvie ; Van den Bergh, Peter ; Mostin, Martine ; et. al. Encéphalopathie à complexes triphasiques et syndrome de Guillain-Barré retardé lors d'une intoxication aiguë par un herbicide « chlorophénoxy ». In: Annales Francaises de Medecine d'Urgence, Vol. 1, no. 5, p. 349-351 (2011)
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