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Studies on the effect of mode of nutrition on somatic development of infants. Communication I. Studies on body weight and length and Quetelet's index in infants



Studies on the effect of mode of nutrition on somatic development of infants. Communication I. Studies on body weight and length and Quetelet's index in infants



Problemy Medycyny Wieku Rozwojowego 2: 7-26




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