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Age-based analysis of the re-recognized disability of the adult population in the Russian Federation in dynamics over 2005-2014
Shurgaya M.A.
Dynamics of formation of primary disability of adult population and requirement in rehabilitation measures on results of examination in the branch-bureau of medico-social expertise of general type №6 in Rostov- Rostov-on-Don after 2007-2009 years
Domashenko A.A., Martirosyan I.G., Lyadskaya E.B., Rudenko A.V., Domashenko A.A., Martirosyan I.G., Lyadskaya E.B., Rudenko A.V.
Primary disability of the adult population in the Altai region in 1997-2012
Gorshkov V.I., Sapozhnikova D.V.
Basic tendencies of primary disability of adult population of the Nizhegorodskaya region in 1992-2009 years
Bazaeva E.A., Marusheva L.G., Trifonova O.B., German S.V., Bazaeva E.A., Marusheva L.G., Trifonova O.B., German S.V.
Comparative analysis of primary disability due to eye diseases in the Russian Federation, the Central federal region and its subjects
Nazarian M.G., Dzagurova Z.R.
Major trends in disease rate and primary disability due to malignant tumors in the adult population of the Tomsk region in 2012-2014
Perminov V.A., Kulikov S.K., Orechin A.A., Nagaytsev A.V.
Prior disability caused by digestive diseases among adult population of the Belgorod in the period 2000-2012
Dmitrieva T.V., Dmitriev V.N.
Major results related to prior disability caused by digestive diseases among adult population of the Russian federation from 2000 to 2012
Dmitrieva T.V., Dmitriev V.N.
DIABETES MELLITUS IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE REPEATED DISABILITY OF ADULT POPULATION
Shurgaya M.A., Chludeeva T.A., Mammarayeva A.M.
Dinamic trends and region features of disability in the arkhangelsk region as leading parameter of public health
Varakina Z.L., Arapova L.A., Vyaz'min A.M., Sannikov A.L.
ANALYSIS OF PRIMARY DISABILITY DUE TO EYE DISEASES IN MOSCOW IN DYNAMICS FOR 10 YEARS (2007-2016 YEARS)
Puzin S.N., Nazaryan M.G., Arbukhanova P.M., Vertash O.Y.
REPEATED ADULT DISABILITY DUE TO MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS IN THE BELGOROD REGION IN DYNAMICS FOR 2000-2009
Dmitriev V.N.
RESULTS OF AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF PRIMARY DISABILITY DUE TO MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS OF THE ADULT POPULATION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Puzin S.N., Shurgaya M.A., Pogosyan G.E., Chludeeva T.A., Idrisova L.S.
ASSESSMENT OF PRIMARY DISABILITY IN THE ADULT POPULATION OF THE NORTH-CAUCASIAN FEDERAL DISTRICT
Grishina L.P., Aliskhanov M.A.
Analysis of the cohort of persons rerecognized to be disabled due to the eye and adnexa diseases in the adult population in the Altai region
Makogon S.I., Makogon A.S., Chechulina S.V.
Regional features of primary disablement of the Nizhniy Novgorod Region adult population taking into account groups of disablement
Bazaeva E.A., Marusheva L.G., Trifonova O.B., German S.V., Bazayeva E.A., Marusheva L.G., Trifonova O.B., German S.V.
A comparative analysis of the medico-social characteristics of primary disability of the population of Saint Petersburg in comparison of periods: 2007-2009 and 2013-2015
Karasaeva L.A., Kalichava A.S., Dubrovskaja N.V., Svetlichnaja I.V.
Structure and level primary disability of adult population in the Orenburzhskaya district by diseases classes for period 2006-2008
Voloboeva T.V., Smagina T.N., Voloboeva T.V., Smagina T.N.
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