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Inflammatory spinal cord lesion with eosinophiles: An atypical case of myelitis

Bibliographic reference Gregoire, S. ; Godfraind, Catherine ; Mormont, Eric ; Laloux, Patrice. Inflammatory spinal cord lesion with eosinophiles: An atypical case of myelitis.In: European Journal of Neurology, Vol. 11, p. 329-329 (2004)
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