Corpus ID: 28574197

[Lung abscess caused by Prevotella oralis and Prevotella ruminicola in a HIV-positive patient].

@article{MarcosSnchez2003LungAC,
  title={[Lung abscess caused by Prevotella oralis and Prevotella ruminicola in a HIV-positive patient].},
  author={Fernando Marcos S{\'a}nchez and I Albo Casta{\~n}o and Francisca Arbol Linde and J L Celdr{\'a}n Gil},
  journal={Anales de medicina interna},
  year={2003},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          164-5
        }
}

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