TITLE

THE TREND OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE OF UYGUR HOSPITALISED PATIENTS IN XINJIANG HETIAN. A SURVEY FROM 1996 TO 2005

PUB. DATE
October 2010
SOURCE
Heart;Oct2010 Supplement, pA85
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
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Abstract
ABSTRACT
An abstract of the article "The trend of cardiovascular disease of Uygur hospitalised patients in Xinjiang Hetian. A survey from 1996 to 2005" by Yakefu Kalibinuer, Hasimu Buaijiaer, He Bingxian, and Yuan Binbin is presented.
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66245658

 

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