Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology
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The use of a medical dictionary for regulatory activities terminology (MedDRA) in prescription-event monitoring in Japan (J-PEM).
Yokotsuka M,Aoyama M,Kubota K
Int J Med Inform 2000
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