Iranian Journal of Public Health 2017. 46(8):1149-1151.

The Relationship between Homocysteine Levels and Spontaneous Abortion in Iranian Women with Migraine
Morteza NASIRI, Azam ARSANJANI SHIRAZI, Omid SADEGHI, Mahdieh BAGHERI BIDAKHAVIDI

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