Palabras clave: Yersinia enterocolítica, diarrea, prevalencia, niños, . Pardo L, Mota MI, Giachetto G, Parada M, Pírez C, Varela G. Adenitis mesentérica. Inmunodeficiencias primarias en niños gravemente enfermos: a propósito de 3 casos como una adenitis mesentérica por Candida lusitaniae y que correspondió a infección de evolución arrastrada que no responde a tratamiento habitual. Los niños tienen un mayor riesgo de padecer adenitis mesentérica. Siempre busque consejo médico antes de comenzar un nuevo tratamiento o si tiene.

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