Criteri di diagnosi e attribuzione di una malattia professionale: soggettività, genere e prevenzione In merito all'articolo "Criteria for diagnosis and attribution of an occupational musculoskeletal disease"

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Silvana Salerno

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criteria, occupational disease, muscoloskeletal system, genere

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