Vol 72, No 3 (2021)
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Type 3 autoimmune polyglandular syndrome with multiple genetic alterations in a young male patient with type 1 diabetes mellitus

Abel Decmann1, Judit Tőke1, Éva Csöregh2, Géza Gáspárdy2, Anikó Somogyi2
Pubmed: 34010447
Endokrynol Pol 2021;72(3):286-287.

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