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WHO-ILAR COPCORD Study (Stage 1, Urban Study) in Iran.

@article{Davatchi2008WHOILARCS,
  title={WHO-ILAR COPCORD Study (Stage 1, Urban Study) in Iran.},
  author={Fereydoun Davatchi and Ahmad reza Jamshidi and Arash Tehrani Banihashemi and Jaleh Gholami and Mohammad Hossein Forouzanfar and Massoomeh Akhlaghi and Mojgan Barghamdi and Elham Noorolahzadeh and Alireza Khabazi and Mansoor Salesi and Amirhossein Salari and mansoor karimifar and Kamal Essalat-Manesh and Mehrzad Hajialiloo and Mohsen Soroosh and Farhad Farzad and Hamidreza Moussavi and Farideh Samadi and Koorosh Ghaznavi and Homa Asgharifard and Amir-Hossein Zangiabadi and Farhad Shahram and Abdolhadi Nadji and Mahmood Akbarian and Farhad Gharibdoost},
  journal={The Journal of rheumatology},
  year={2008},
  volume={35 7},
  pages={
          1384
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To find the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints and rheumatic disorders in Iran. METHODS Tehran, with one-ninth of the population of Iran and of mixed ethnic origins, was selected as the field. Subjects were randomly selected from the 22 districts. Interviews were conducted once a week, on the weekend. The 3 phases of stage 1 were done on the same day, in parallel, like the fast-track Community Oriented Program for Control of Rheumatic Diseases (COPCORD). RESULTS Four… 

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