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Use of maggot therapy for treating a diabetic foot ulcer colonized by multidrug resistant bacteria in Brazil

Pinheiro Marilia A.R.Q., Ferraz Julianny B, Junior Miguel A.A., Moura Andrew D, da Costa Maria E.S.M., Costa Fagner J.M.D., Neto Valter F.A., Neto Renato M, Gama Renata A

Year : 2015| Volume: 141| Issue : 3 | Page no: 340-342

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