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Study of selected birth defects among American Indian/Alaska Native population: A multi-state population-based retrospective study, 1999-2007.

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Summary of "Study of selected birth defects among American Indian/Alaska Native population: A multi-state population-based retrospective study, 1999-2007."

Higher prevalence of selected birth defects has been reported among American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) newborns. We examine whether known risk factors for birth defects explain the higher prevalence observed for selected birth defects among this population.

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Name: Birth defects research
ISSN: 2472-1727
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