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The Lililwan Project: study protocol for a population-based active case ascertainment study of the prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) in remote Australian Aboriginal communities

by Fitzpatrick JP, Elliott EJ, Latimer J, Carter M, Oscar J, Ferreira M, Olson HC, Lucas B, Doney R, Salter C, Peadon E, Hawkes G, Hand M

Online journal article
Year 2012
Journal BMJ Open
Volume 2
Issue 3
Last update 3 May 2012
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