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Gale: Sources and notes

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Heid E, Taieb A, Crickx B. Cutaneous ectoparasitoses: scabies and pediculosis. Ann Dermatol Venereol 2002; 129: S23-6.

- Olivier Chosidow, Scabies, The New England Journal of Medicine, 2006.

- Recommendations concerning the management of scabies in health and medico-social establishments, CCLIN, 2004.

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