Comorbidity a Marker

Bryant, Rebecca
October 2003
Dermatology Times;Oct2003, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p64
Trade Publication
Examines the establishment of a clear link between comorbidity and complications in head and neck surgery in Nashville, Tennessee. Percentage rate of neck complications; Number of indices rate comorbidity; Basis of univariate of analysis.


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