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Laryngitis: sources and notes

- D. Portmann, D. Herman, P. Boudard, Infectious Pathology in Otolaryngology, Encyclopedias Medical-Surgical Infectious Diseases. 2010.

- Antibiotherapy, Ameli.fr, January 20, 2014.

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