Childhood tuberculosis in Leeds, 1982-90: social and ethnic factors and the role of the contact clinic in diagnosis

Goldman, J M; Teale, C; Cundall, D B; Pearson, S B
February 1994
Thorax;Feb1994, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p184
Academic Journal
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