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Tooth loss and mortality patterns
  1. F Corea,
  2. M Spinelli,
  3. C Butera,
  4. M A Abbas
  1. IRCCS San Raffaele, Milan, Italy
  1. Dr F Corea, via Olgettina, 48 Milan, Italy 20132; corea.francesco{at}

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