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Granumola actínico de O'Brien : apresentação de quatro casos

Other title
O'Brien actinic granuloma. Report of four cases (en)
Author
GONTIJO, B; GUEDES, A. C. M; COSTA, O; GONTIJO, J; MOREIRA, E. M. P; CARVALHO, M. DE L. R; PAIVA, J. I. C
Univ. federal Minas Gerais, serv. dermatologia hosp., Brazil
Source

Anais brasileiros de dermatologia. 1990, Vol 65, Num 5A, pp 41S-44S ; ref : 11 ref

CODEN
ABDEB3
ISSN
0365-0596
Scientific domain
Dermatology
Publisher
Sociedade Brasileira de Dermatologia, Rio de Janeiro
Publication country
Brazil
Document type
Article
Language
Portuguese
Keyword (fr)
Agent physique Anatomopathologie Brésil Dermatose actinique Etude cas Granulome Homme Peau pathologie Rayonnement solaire Traumatisme Amérique du Sud Amérique
Keyword (en)
Physical agent Pathology Brazil Photodermatosis Case study Granuloma Human Skin disease Solar radiation Trauma America South America
Keyword (es)
Agente físico Anatomía patológica Brasil Dermatitis actínica Estudio caso Granuloma Hombre Piel patología Rayos solares Traumatismo America del sur America
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B16 Traumas. Diseases due to physical agents / 002B16F Injuries of the skin. Diseases of the skin due to physical agents

Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 235 Tropical medicine

Discipline
Traumas. Diseases caused by physical agents Tropical medicine
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
19290972

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