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Demographic and epidemiological characteristics of scorpion envenomation and daily forecasting of scorpion sting counts in Touggourt, Algeria
Kaouthar Boubekeur, Mohamed L’Hadj, Schehrazad Selmane
Epidemiol Health. 2020;42:e2020050  Published online July 6, 2020

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