Results from a Cross-Sectional, Observational Study to Assess Inadequate Pain Relief in Patients with Knee and/or Hip Osteoarthritis in Mexico.

@article{BurgosVargas2020ResultsFA,
  title={Results from a Cross-Sectional, Observational Study to Assess Inadequate Pain Relief in Patients with Knee and/or Hip Osteoarthritis in Mexico.},
  author={Rub{\'e}n Burgos-Vargas and Jyoti Aggarwal and Kelly D. Johnson and Dena Rosen Ramey and Fidel Lozano and Cynthia P. Macahilig and Ishita Doshi and Kaan Tunceli},
  journal={Reumatologia clinica},
  year={2020}
}

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