Objektiv bestemmelse af den habituelle kosts fedtindhold hos patienter med adipositas

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Objektiv bestemmelse af den habituelle kosts fedtindhold hos patienter med adipositas. / Astrup, Arne; Buemann, B.; Western, P.; Toubro, S.; Raben, Anne; Christensen, Niels Juel.

I: Ugeskrift for læger, Bind 157, Nr. 3, 1995, s. 291-294.

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Astrup, A, Buemann, B, Western, P, Toubro, S, Raben, A & Christensen, NJ 1995, 'Objektiv bestemmelse af den habituelle kosts fedtindhold hos patienter med adipositas', Ugeskrift for læger, bind 157, nr. 3, s. 291-294.

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Astrup, A., Buemann, B., Western, P., Toubro, S., Raben, A., & Christensen, N. J. (1995). Objektiv bestemmelse af den habituelle kosts fedtindhold hos patienter med adipositas. Ugeskrift for læger, 157(3), 291-294.

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Astrup A, Buemann B, Western P, Toubro S, Raben A, Christensen NJ. Objektiv bestemmelse af den habituelle kosts fedtindhold hos patienter med adipositas. Ugeskrift for læger. 1995;157(3):291-294.

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Astrup, Arne ; Buemann, B. ; Western, P. ; Toubro, S. ; Raben, Anne ; Christensen, Niels Juel. / Objektiv bestemmelse af den habituelle kosts fedtindhold hos patienter med adipositas. I: Ugeskrift for læger. 1995 ; Bind 157, Nr. 3. s. 291-294.

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