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Prevalence of malocclusions in school-age children attending the orthodontics department of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
( 2010 )
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To provide quantitative data about the prevalence of malocclusions in the Shiraz orthodontic population, we studied the records of 700 patients [391 girls and 309 boys] aged 6-14 years attending the undergraduate Department of Orthodontics at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences. The prevalence of Angle class I, II and III malocclusion of first molars was 52.0%, 32.6% and 12.3% respectively. Skeletal class I, II and III malocclusion was found in 18.0%, 70.0% and 12.0% respectively. There were no significant differences between the sexes in the prevalence of different types of skeletal malocclusion. Children with class III were significantly younger [mean age 8.9 years] than those with class I [9.6 years] or class II [9.7 years] malocclusions. Orthodontics students need more education and training in the management of class II malocclusion to improve the overall quality of care for patients

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Expert Committee on Cancer: first report (histopathology of lung tumours)
Executive Board, 24 ( 1959 )
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Election of the Director of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau and Nomination of the Regional Director of the World Health Organization for the Americas
( 2007-10 )
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Fièvre jaune, Burkina Faso
( 2003 )
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Порядок работы Исполнительного комитета.
Исполнительный комитет, 126 ( 2010 )
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Elección de Miembros facultados para designar a una persona que forme parte del Consejo Ejecutivo
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 10 ( 1957 )
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Studies of missed opportunities for immunization in developing and industrialized countries / S. S. Hutchins ... [et al.]
Hutchins, Sonja S; Jansen, Henrica A. F. M; Robertson, Susan E; Evans, P; Kim-Farley, Robert J ( 1993 )
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Стандарты для лекарственных препаратов
Исполнительный комитет, 33 сессия ( 1964 )
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Tuberculosis control in Pakistan: reviewing a decade of success and challenges
( 2010 )
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Pakistan has shown drastic expansion oftuberculosis [TBTcareduring the past 10 years, increasing case notifications from 11 050 in 2000 to 248115 in 2008. Over 1 million TB patients have been cared for since 2000, with a treatment success rate of 91% in 2007. This paper examines the strategic decisions and infrastructure improvements underlying this achievement, such as the implementation of universal DOTS coverage, expansion of the laboratory network, effective drug management systems, improved communication strategies, and inclusion of private practitioners, laboratories and hospitals in the TB control programme through the public-private mix strategy. The paper also outlines challenges faced in further expanding TB control within the private sector and parastatal health care institutions; strengthening the laboratory network for diagnosis of drug-resistant TB; and ensuring uninterrupted supply of quality anti-TB drugs, ail requiring continued and coordinated technical and donor support

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Monitoring of the implementation of the programme budget policy and strategy: report on questionnaire on appropriate technology for health
Executive Board, 63 ( 1978 )