• Vaginal infections: clinical significance and treatment

Vaginal infections: clinical significance and treatment

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2018.4(130):19–22

Kisina V. I.
Sechenov First MSMU
Published: «Effektivnaya farmakoterapiya. Dermatovenerologiya i dermatokosmetologiya». 2011. No.1.

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