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Incidence of pernicious anaemia. Study of occurrence in Odense district 15 September 1967



Incidence of pernicious anaemia. Study of occurrence in Odense district 15 September 1967



Ugeskr. Laeger. 130: 1264-1268



Questionnaires were sent to all practising doctors and to specialists in medicine and nervous diseases in the Odense district asking for information about all patients with pernicious anaemia. There were 334 patients under treatment, 224 women and 110 men, in a population of about 265, 000. The greatest incidence in both sexes was between 70 and 80 years old. There was more pernicious anaemia in women in the town and its suburbs than in the rural part of the region, but no difference in men.

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