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Stomachache: sources and notes

Authors: Dr. Nicolas Evrard, Dorothée Gebele.

Sources:

- Rotavirus, rotavirus diarrhea agent, National Research and Safety Institute for the prevention of accidents at work and occupational diseases.

- Herold, G.: Innere Medizin. Selbstverlag, Cologne 2014.

- Farthing M. et al., World Gastroenterology Organization practice guideline: acute diarrhea. March 2008.

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