Repeat abortion in Denmark.

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Repeat abortion in Denmark. / Osler, M.; Morgall, J. M.; Jensen, B.; Osler, M.

I: Danish Medical Bulletin, Bind 39, Nr. 1, 01.01.1992, s. 89-91.

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Osler, M, Morgall, JM, Jensen, B & Osler, M 1992, 'Repeat abortion in Denmark.', Danish Medical Bulletin, bind 39, nr. 1, s. 89-91.

APA

Osler, M., Morgall, J. M., Jensen, B., & Osler, M. (1992). Repeat abortion in Denmark. Danish Medical Bulletin, 39(1), 89-91.

Vancouver

Osler M, Morgall JM, Jensen B, Osler M. Repeat abortion in Denmark. Danish Medical Bulletin. 1992 jan 1;39(1):89-91.

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Osler, M. ; Morgall, J. M. ; Jensen, B. ; Osler, M. / Repeat abortion in Denmark. I: Danish Medical Bulletin. 1992 ; Bind 39, Nr. 1. s. 89-91.

Bibtex

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