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IV Simposio de Artritis Reumatoide
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Vol. 2. Núm. S2.
IV Simposio de Artritis Reumatoide
Páginas S13-S17 (Marzo 2006)
Artritis reumatoide: aspectos clínico-terapéuticos
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Evaluación de la artritis reumatoide por técnicas de imagen: ecografía
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Esperanza Naredo Sánchez��
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Correspondencia: Dra. E. Naredo Sánchez. Arturo Soria, 259, 4.° A. 28033 Madrid. España.
Sección de Reumatología. Hospital Severo Ochoa. Madrid. España
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