WHO protocol : epidemiologic studies of neurologic disorders
Unknown author (1982). WHO protocol : epidemiologic studies of neurologic disorders. 1982 ; 1 : 143-153 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/72410
Journal1982 ; 1 : 143-153
DescriptionOriginally published as a fold-out in the article: Osuntokun, B.O. et al. Research protocol for measuring the prevalence of neurologic disorders in developing countries. Neuroepidemiology 1 (1982), p.143-153
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