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Hip fractures in a city in Northern Norway over 15 years: time trends, seasonal variation and mortality: The Harstad Injury Prevention Study

By N. Emaus, L. R. Olsen, L. A. Ahmed, L. Balteskard, B. K. Jacobsen, T. Magnus and B. Ytterstad
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