Associated factors and spatial patterns of the epidemic sporotrichosis in a high density human populated area: A cross-sectional study from 2016 to 2018

Publication date: Available online 25 February 2020Source: Preventive Veterinary MedicineAuthor(s): Lívian Otávio Lecca, Marcelo Teixeira Paiva, Camila Stefanie Fonseca de Oliveira, Maria Helena Franco Morais, Maria Isabel de Azevedo, Camila de Valgas e Bastos, Kelly Moura Keller, Roselene Ecco, Márcia Regina Silva Alves, Graziella Coelho Tavares Pais, Lauranne Alves Salvato, Gustavo de Morais Donancio Xaulim, David Soeiro Barbosa, Silvana Tecles Brandão, Danielle Ferreira de Magalhães Soares
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