Profs M. Fusco & B. Costa Nuove prospettive terapeutiche nel controllo del dolore nelle malattie articolari.

M. Fusco, B. Costa Nuove prospettive terapeutiche nel controllo del
dolore nelle malattie articolari. Topics di Terapia Intra-Articolare, Dicembre
2012, Vol 4 No 2

Un certo numero di articoli su dolore e il ruolo dei mastociti e dei dolori da artrite compilato da M. Fusco, e la professoressa B. Costa.

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