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The GREPCO research programmes: aims and prevalence data

  • G. Ricci
  • the GREPCO Group

Abstract

The epidemiological approach to aetiopathogenetic problems, i.e. the study of pathological phenomena in population groups, proved to be extremely fruitful for some diseases. A classical example is coronary heart disease.

Keywords

Gallstone Disease Gallbladder Disease Serum Bile Acid Rome Population Coronary Heart Disease Prevention 
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  • G. Ricci
  • the GREPCO Group

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