Anaphylaxis in an Eight-year-old Boy Following the Consumption of Poppy Seed.

  title={Anaphylaxis in an Eight-year-old Boy Following the Consumption of Poppy Seed.},
  author={A. Kowalczyk and R. Kuczyńska and M. Żbikowska-Gotz and Z. Bartuzi and A. Krogulska},
  journal={Journal of investigational allergology \& clinical immunology},
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