LACTOSE MALDIGESTION IN AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CHILDREN

@article{Elliott1967LACTOSEMI,
  title={LACTOSE MALDIGESTION IN AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CHILDREN},
  author={Robert B. Elliott and George M. Maxwell and Noel Vawser},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={1967},
  volume={1}
}
Age, Sex,' and Tribal Distribution' of Papunya Children enteritis, chest infection or otitis media, including the severity of these diseases in the Maningrida survey. A full clinical examination was performed on each child. When the records were specific enough, the findings were grouped in the above categories, and lactose tolerance tests were conducted on 25 children at Papunya, selected initia1'ly for their degree of stunting by European standards but sub. sequently at random. Nineteen… 

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