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Occupational exposure to noise and the prevalence of hearing loss in a Belgian military population: A cross-sectional study

Collee Audrey, Legrand Catherine, Govaerts Bernadette, Veken Paul Van Der, De Boodt Frank, Degrave Etienne

Year : 2011| Volume: 13| Issue : 50 | Page no: 64-70

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