Travel-related illness at a tertiary care hospital in Osaka, Japan

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Hadano, Yoshiro; Shirano, Michinori; Goto, Tetsushi;

Yoshiro Hadano, Michinori Shirano, Tetsushi Goto Center for Infectious Diseases, Osaka City General Hospital, Osaka, Japan Abstract: We analyzed the travel-related health problems in persons returning to Japan from overseas. Data were extracted retros... View more
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