January 2009
European Journal of Pediatrics. Supplement;2009, Vol. 168, p101
Academic Journal
Correction notice
A correction to the article "Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency rickets in the eastern part of Turkey," by Behzat Ozkan and colleagues published in an issue of the "European Journal of Pediatrics" is presented.


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