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[Recurrence].
Orthod Fr 2000; 71(2):113-5OF

Abstract

Relapse is a multi-factorial phenomenon to which, in the absence of universally accepted finishing criteria, each practitioner tries to oppose through some references which he is closely following to. The author lists his personal references.

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fre

PubMed ID

10916635

Citation

Planché, P G.. "[Recurrence]." L' Orthodontie Francaise, vol. 71, no. 2, 2000, pp. 113-5.
Planché PG. [Recurrence]. Orthod Fr. 2000;71(2):113-5.
Planché, P. G. (2000). [Recurrence]. L' Orthodontie Francaise, 71(2), pp. 113-5.
Planché PG. [Recurrence]. Orthod Fr. 2000;71(2):113-5. PubMed PMID: 10916635.
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