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Prevalencia de depresión postparto y factores asociados en Santiago, Chile. / Jadresic, E.; Araya, R.

In: Revista médica de Chile, Vol. 123, No. 6, 01.06.1995, p. 694-699.

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Jadresic, E & Araya, R 1995, 'Prevalencia de depresión postparto y factores asociados en Santiago, Chile.', Revista médica de Chile, vol. 123, no. 6, pp. 694-699.

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Jadresic, E., & Araya, R. (1995). Prevalencia de depresión postparto y factores asociados en Santiago, Chile. Revista médica de Chile, 123(6), 694-699.

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Jadresic E, Araya R. Prevalencia de depresión postparto y factores asociados en Santiago, Chile. Revista médica de Chile. 1995 Jun 1;123(6):694-699.

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Jadresic, E. ; Araya, R. / Prevalencia de depresión postparto y factores asociados en Santiago, Chile. In: Revista médica de Chile. 1995 ; Vol. 123, No. 6. pp. 694-699.

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