Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions

Stock C, Grima FG, de Mendoza HJ, Fernandez BM, Ontoso AI, Krämer A (2001)
In: GESUNDHEITSWESEN. 63. GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG: 475-476.

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Stock C, Grima FG, de Mendoza HJ, Fernandez BM, Ontoso AI, Krämer A. Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions. In: GESUNDHEITSWESEN. Vol 63. GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG; 2001: 475-476.
Stock, C., Grima, F. G., de Mendoza, H. J., Fernandez, B. M., Ontoso, A. I., & Krämer, A. (2001). Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions. GESUNDHEITSWESEN, 63(7), 475-476.
Stock, C., Grima, F. G., de Mendoza, H. J., Fernandez, B. M., Ontoso, A. I., and Krämer, A. (2001). “Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions” in GESUNDHEITSWESEN, vol. 63, (GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG), 475-476.
Stock, C., et al., 2001. Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions. In GESUNDHEITSWESEN. no.63 GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG, pp. 475-476.
C. Stock, et al., “Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions”, GESUNDHEITSWESEN, vol. 63, GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG, 2001, pp.475-476.
Stock, C., Grima, F.G., de Mendoza, H.J., Fernandez, B.M., Ontoso, A.I., Krämer, A.: Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions. GESUNDHEITSWESEN. 63, p. 475-476. GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG (2001).
Stock, C, Grima, FG, de Mendoza, HJ, Fernandez, BM, Ontoso, AI, and Krämer, Alexander. “Risk factors of herpes simplex type 1 infection and psychosocial and lifestyle factors associated with oral lesions”. GESUNDHEITSWESEN. GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG, 2001.Vol. 63. 475-476.
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