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Síndromes poliendócrinos múltiples autoinmunes

Revisión sobre el desarrollo, el diagnóstico y el seguimiento de los pacientes con síndromes poliendocrinos autoinmunes
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Autor: Eystein S. Husebye, Mark S. Anderson, and Olle Kämpe  N Engl J Med 2018;378:1132-41.
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