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Title: The clinical-population analysis of the prevalence of bone tissue pathology in children
Authors: Frolova, Tetyana
Okhapkina, Olga
Sinyaeva, Irina
Keywords: children
ecological
bones
osteopenia
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Frolova T. V. The clinical-population analysis of the prevalence of bone tissue pathology in children / T. V. Frolova, O. V. Okhapkina, I. R. Sinyaeva // European Science and Technology : materials of the IV international research and practice conference, Munich, April 10th-11th, 2013. – Munich, 2013. – Vol. 2. – Р. 468–471.
Abstract: The planning of regional-population studies of the structural-functional state of the bone tissue in children should foresee a possible effect of the environment and rest on principles of proof-based medicine, particularly on grounding of the quantitative filling of the age-sex groups, there by making it possible to take into account peculiarities in the children’s growth and development.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/3751
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