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Behcet’s syndrome

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Abstract

Two cases of Behcet’s Syndrome are being reported. One patient had hemoptysis and pulmonary lesions.

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Purohit, N.G., Bhati, A.S. & Bhandari, D.G. Behcet’s syndrome. Indian J Otolaryngol 30, 131 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02992209

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Keywords

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  • Genital Ulcer
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