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N.V. Zarochentseva

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

V.V. Malinovskaia

NII épidemiologii i mikrobiologii im. N.F. Gamalei, Moskva

O.F. Serova

Perinatal'nyĭ tsentr Moskovskoĭ oblasti

E.A. Meteleva

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

L.V. Kesh'ian

Rodil'nyĭ dom, g. Naro-Fominsk

Z.V. Torshina

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

Papillomavirus infection in pregnant women

Authors:

N.V. Zarochentseva, V.V. Malinovskaia, O.F. Serova, E.A. Meteleva, L.V. Kesh'ian, Z.V. Torshina

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To cite this article:

Zarochentseva NV, Malinovskaia VV, Serova OF, Meteleva EA, Kesh'ian LV, Torshina ZV. Papillomavirus infection in pregnant women. Russian Bulletin of Obstetrician-Gynecologist. 2011;11(6):75‑78. (In Russ.)

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