Dental Needs of the Handicapped and Homebound in the Melbourne Statistical Division: The Results of a Survey of Dental Health Status and Treatment Needs of the Handicapped Resident in Or Attending Special Care Institutions and of the Homebound
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RESULTS QUESTlONNAlRE SURVEY
RESULTS HOMEBOUND SURVEY
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