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Caustic burns of the upper digestive and respiratory tracts.

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Bibliographic reference Vergauwen, P ; Moulin, Didier ; Buts, Jean-Paul ; Veyckemans, Francis ; Hamoir, Marc ; et. al. Caustic burns of the upper digestive and respiratory tracts.. In: European journal of pediatrics, Vol. 150, no. 10, p. 700-3 (1991)
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