Use of the WHO classification assessing the prevalence of diseases, impairments and handicaps in Punjab, Pakistan / Jane Finnstam, Gunnar Grimby & Saeeda Rashid
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Finnstam, Jane, Grimby, Gunnar & Rashid, Saeeda. (1989). Use of the WHO classification assessing the prevalence of diseases, impairments and handicaps in Punjab, Pakistan / Jane Finnstam, Gunnar Grimby & Saeeda Rashid. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/48615
World health statistics quarterly 1989 ; 42(3) : 157-160
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