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Base the treatment of imported tropical infectious skin ulcers in travellers on the bacterial, parasitic or fungal cause

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    Base the treatment of imported tropical infectious skin ulcers in travellers on the bacterial, parasitic or fungal cause. Drugs Ther. Perspect 25, 18–21 (2009). https://doi.org/10.2165/0042310-200925030-00005

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