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Neurosífilis

La sífilis ha resurgido en los países de recursos medianos y bajos y en ciertas poblaciones de países desarrollados, pero hay una tendencia a pasar por alto el diagnóstico debido a su rareza
Autor/a: Allan H. Ropper N Engl J Med 2019;381:1358-63
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