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V.I. Krasnopol'skiĭ

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

N.V. Zarochentseva

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

Iu.M. Belaia

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

O.Iu. Shipulina

TsNII épidemiologii Rospotrebnadzora

I.V. Mikheeva

TsNII épidemiologii Rospotrebnadzora

O.F. Serova

Perinatal'nyĭ tsentr Moskovskoĭ oblasti

T.N. Mel'nik

Liuberetskiĭ rodil'nyĭ dom

Human papillomavirus infection rates among female adolescents in the Moscow Region

Authors:

V.I. Krasnopol'skiĭ, N.V. Zarochentseva, Iu.M. Belaia, O.Iu. Shipulina, I.V. Mikheeva, O.F. Serova, T.N. Mel'nik

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To cite this article:

Krasnopol'skiĭ VI, Zarochentseva NV, Belaia IuM, Shipulina OIu, Mikheeva IV, Serova OF, Mel'nik TN. Human papillomavirus infection rates among female adolescents in the Moscow Region. Russian Bulletin of Obstetrician-Gynecologist. 2010;10(5):46‑49. (In Russ.)

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