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Trends in the prevalence at birth of congenital anomalies in the Umbrian region. The Umbria Congenital Malformation Research Study Group



Trends in the prevalence at birth of congenital anomalies in the Umbrian region. The Umbria Congenital Malformation Research Study Group



Epidemiologia E Prevenzione 13(48-49): 194-195




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