Active surveillance for congenital rubella syndrome in Yangon, Myanmar / Kyaw-Zin-Thant ... [et al.]
Other TitlesSurveillance active du syndrome de rubéole congénitale à Yangon (Myanmar) : résumé
Vigilencia activa del síndrome de rubéola congénita en Yangon, Myanmar : resumen
Thant, Kyaw-Zin, Oo, Win-Mar, Myint, Thein-Thein, Shwe, Than-Nu, Han, Aye-Maung. et al. (2006). Active surveillance for congenital rubella syndrome in Yangon, Myanmar / Kyaw-Zin-Thant ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/73422
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2006 ; 84(1) : 12-20
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