Zoonotic occupational diseases in forestry workers – Lyme borreliosis, tularemia and leptospirosis in Europe

Stéphanie  Richard, Anne  Oppliger
Ann Agric Environ Med
2015; 22(1):43-50
ICID: 1141368
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