Epidemiología, clínica y tratamiento | 05 ENE 21

Infecciones por coronavirus en niños incluyendo COVID-19

Amplia revisión sobre las infecciones por coronavirus en la población infantil
Autor/a: Zimmermann, Petra; Curtis, Nigel Pediatr Infect Dis J 2020; 39:355368
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