Exercise: Adolescent Menstrual Dysfunction and Skeletal Problems
Roza Olyai, Shilpa Thaker
Citation Information :
Olyai R, Thaker S. Exercise: Adolescent Menstrual Dysfunction and Skeletal Problems. J South Asian Feder Obs Gynae 2009; 1 (3):49-53.
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