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Facteurs de haut risque pour le pronostic lointain, provenant des aéro-contaminants et de leurs conséquences sur les voies respiratoires

  • Laurent Meeus-Bith
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La détermination des facteurs de haut risque, susceptibles d’augmenter la mortalité ou la morbidité standard, est un des buts principaux de la médecine d’assurance-vie; le corollaire en est la détermination d’un taux de surmortalité ou l’application de réserves sur la durée ou les garanties du contrat proposé.

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