Clinical and epidemiologic profile of venomous snakebites in Chongqing Wuling mountainous area, western China.

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Summary of "Clinical and epidemiologic profile of venomous snakebites in Chongqing Wuling mountainous area, western China."

In China, venomous snakebites are an important medical emergency and cause of hospital admission, but few studies have looked at the clinical and epidemiologic profile of human snakebite victims.


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Name: Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
ISSN: 1878-3503


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