Longitudinal studies of infectious diseases and physical growth of children in rural Bangladesh. I. Patterns of morbidity.

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Longitudinal studies were done in two villages in rural Bangladesh to learn more about the interactions between infectious diseases and the nutritional status of children. An intensive system of surveillance was used to determine the occurrence and frequency of infectious diseases in a cohort of 197 children aged 2-60 months in 1978-1979. This surveillance… (More)

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@article{Black1982LongitudinalSO, title={Longitudinal studies of infectious diseases and physical growth of children in rural Bangladesh. I. Patterns of morbidity.}, author={Robert E. Black and Kenneth H. Brown and Stan Becker and Mohammad Yunus}, journal={American journal of epidemiology}, year={1982}, volume={115 3}, pages={305-14} }