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Severe late clinical manifestations after hornet (Vespa orientalis) stings-in a young child

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Borochowitz, Z., Hardoff, D. Severe late clinical manifestations after hornet (Vespa orientalis) stings-in a young child. Eur J Pediatr 139, 91–92 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00442092

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  • Young Child
  • Clinical Manifestation