Medical Screening of Immigrant Children

@article{Stauffer2003MedicalSO,
  title={Medical Screening of Immigrant Children},
  author={W. Stauffer and Stacene Maroushek and D. Kamat},
  journal={Clinical Pediatrics},
  year={2003},
  volume={42},
  pages={763 - 773}
}
were children under the age of 18 years.2 These children carry a large disease burden, and most of them lack a history of adequate preventive health care. More than 50% of internationally adopted children, regardless of age, sex, and country of origin, will have a previously undiagnosed medical condition, which is identified on initial evaluation in the United States.3 Infectious diseases are the most prevalent conditions identified; of the refugees entering Minnesota in 2000, 53% had positive… Expand
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