Prevalence of vitamin A deficiency in children aged 6-9 years in Wukro, northern Ethiopia / T. Kassaye ... [et al.]
Other TitlesPrévalence de la carence en vitamine A chez les enfants de 6 à 9 ans à Wukro (nord de l' Ethiopie) : résumé
Prevalencia del déficit de vitamina A entre niños de 6 a 9 años en Wukro (norte de Etiopia) : resumen
Kassaye, Tarik, Receveur, Olivier, Johns, Timothy & Becklake, Margaret R. (2001). Prevalence of vitamin A deficiency in children aged 6-9 years in Wukro, northern Ethiopia / T. Kassaye ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/74746
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2001 ; 79(5) : 415-422
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Note erratum: p.415, 2nd column, line 18, "50 000 IU vitamin A" should read "10 000 IU vitamin A"
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