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Повреждение мозга при дефиците йода: данные о непрерывном спектре влияния такого дефицита на население соответствующих районов

Steven С. Boyages
Отдел клинической эндокринологии, Вестмидский госпиталь, Сидней, Австралия На русском языке статья впервые опубликована в 1999 году в сборнике "Преодоление последствий дефицита йода: зарубежный опыт" при поддержке детского фонда ООН (ЮНИСЕФ) под редакцией Г.А. Герасимова
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