Letter to the Editor

Ipsilateral Lumbosacral Dysfunction among Taxi Drivers of Left Side Steering Wheel

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ARSLAN SA, OLYAEI G, HADIAN MR, TALIBIAN S, YEKANINEJAD MS, MALMIR K, NOOR R, BASHIR MS. Ipsilateral Lumbosacral Dysfunction among Taxi Drivers of Left Side Steering Wheel. Iran J Public Health. 2020;49(2):414-415.