Comment on: Determinants of bone mineral density through quantitative ultrasound screening of healthy children visiting ambulatory paediatric clinics
Al-Agha AE, Kabli YO, AlBeiruty MG, Milyani AA. Determinants of bone mineral density through quantitative ultrasound screening of healthy children visiting ambulatory paediatric clinics. Saudi Med J 2019; 40: 560-567.
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