Need for determining the incidence and prevalence of JIA in developing countries: The Indian predicament
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Rheumatology, Volume 49, Number 8, p.1598-1599 (2010)
Keywords:Arthritis, Developing countries, developing country, health care cost, Health Care Costs, Health Services Needs and Demand, human, Humans, incidence, India, Juvenile Rheumatoid, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, letter, malnutrition, morbidity, prevalence, priority journal, World Health Organization
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S. Kumar, “Need for determining the incidence and prevalence of JIA in developing countries: The Indian predicament”, Rheumatology, vol. 49, pp. 1598-1599, 2010.
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