Trapped between Tradition and Transition -- Anthropological and Epidemiological Cross-sectional Study of Bayash Roma in Croatia

Škarić-Jurić, Tatjana; Klarić, Irena Martinovic; Narančić, Nina Smolej; Drmić, Stipe; Salihović, Marijana Peričić; Lauc, Lovorka Barać; Miličić, Jasna; Barabalić, Maja; Zajc, Matea; Janićijević, Branka
October 2007
Croatian Medical Journal;2007, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p708
Academic Journal
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