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Comparison of self-reported symptoms of gynaecological morbidity with Clinical and laboratory diagnosis in a New Delhi slum [electronic resource] / Suneela Garg ... [et al].

Author/Creator:
Garg, Suneela, author.
Publication:
New York : United Nations, 2001.
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Government document
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1 online resource (18 pages)
Contained In:
Asia-Pacific Population Journal Vol. 16, no. 2, p. 75-92
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Population and Demography. (search)
Summary:
In developing countries, reproductive morbidity commonly affects the quality of women's lives but, until recently, this form of ill health has been largely ignored both by health planners and researchers. The tools required to assess the nature and magnitude of the problem in different settings need to be developed if the rhetoric of the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development is to be translated into realistic action.
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Contributor:
Bhalla, Preena.
Sharma, Nandini.
Sahay, Ragini.
Puri, Anju.
Śāha, Reṇukābena.
Sodhani, Pushpa.
Murthy, N.S..
Mehra, Malti.
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