Vol 72, No 2 (2021)
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Published online: 2021-06-28

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Accidental rectal injury during a boat trip in a child: a challenge for telemedicine

Antonella Centonze1, Domenico Salerno1, Stellario Capillo1, Aurelio Mazzei1, Giuseppe Stranieri1, Ilaria Prosperi Porta2, Emanuele Baldassarre3
Pubmed: 34212359
IMH 2021;72(2):149-150.

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