Consultation on Rules and Definitions in Death Certification in Relation to ICD-10, Titchfield, United Kingdom, 6 to 10 April 1987 : report
Consultation on Rules and Definitions in Death Certification in Relation to ICD-10 (1987: Titchfield, United Kingdom) & World Health Organization. Development of Epidemiological and Health Statistical Services Unit. (1987). Consultation on Rules and Definitions in Death Certification in Relation to ICD-10, Titchfield, United Kingdom, 6 to 10 April 1987 : report. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/58506
Gov't Doc #WHO/DES/WG/87.7. Unpublished
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