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Urban growth in the developing world is likely to be accompanied by health problems in crowded zones where services are not available. Geographical analyses of aggregated data may prove interesting, but reliability and utility of spatial correlations are greater when microscale data are acquired. In this study data for households in 11 Jakarta neighborhoods(More)
BACKGROUND Complications increase treatment costs of diabetes mellitus (DM). An adequate metabolic control of the disease could reduce these costs. AIM To evaluate the costs of medical care for a cohort of patients with DM, according to their degree of metabolic compensation. MATERIAL AND METHODS All diabetic patients attended in a regional hospital(More)
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