Sonographic screening for urinary tract abnormalities in patients with schistosoma haematobium infection : pitfalls in examining pregnant women / J. Richter ... [et al.]
Richter, Judith, Wagatsuma, Y, Aryeetey, M & Feldmeier, Hermann. (1996). Sonographic screening for urinary tract abnormalities in patients with schistosoma haematobium infection : pitfalls in examining pregnant women / J. Richter ... [et al.]. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1996 ; 74(2) : 217-221 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/53903
JournalBulletin of the World Health Organization 1996 ; 74(2) : 217-221
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