Neurological manifestations of dengue infection

@article{Solomon2000NeurologicalMO,
  title={Neurological manifestations of dengue infection},
  author={Tom Solomon and Nguyen Minh Dung and David W. Vaughn and Rachel Kneen and Le Thi Thao and Boonyos Raengsakulrach and H{\`a} Thị Loan and Nicholas P. J. Day and Jeremy J. Farrar and Khin Sa Myint and Mary J. Warrell and William S. James and Amanda Nisalak and Nicholas J. White},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2000},
  volume={355},
  pages={1053-1059}
}

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