Morbidity patterns in general practice settings of the province of Sousse, Tunisia.

  • Gataa R
  • Ajmi T
  • Bougmiza I
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Abstract

Primary health care is one of the most important pillars of the Tunisian health care system. However, very little information is available regarding the specificities of general practice and the patterns of morbidity encountered.

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Authors

  • Ridha Gataa

  • Thouraya Nabli Ajmi

  • Iheb Bougmiza

  • Ali Mtiraoui

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