Letter to the Editor

Exploring the Determinants of Caries Experiences and Nutri-tional Status among Children with Cerebral Palsy

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RATHMAWATI A, NORMASTURA AR, RUHAYA H. Exploring the Determinants of Caries Experiences and Nutri-tional Status among Children with Cerebral Palsy. Iran J Public Health. 50(3):622-623.