British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, ISSN: 2231-0614,Vol.: 4, Issue.: 1 (01-10 January)
Low Vitamin D Status of Northern Italian Children in Pediatric Primary Care Setting: What to Do?
Stefano Mazzoleni1*, Chiara Boscardin2 and Daniela Toderini3 1Pediatra di Libera Scelta, Polistudio Pediatrico, Piove di Sacco, Padova, Italy.
2Specializzanda, Clinica Pediatrica, Padova, Italy.
3Endocrinologa, Medico di Medicina Generale, Padova, Italy.
Stefano Mazzoleni1*, Chiara Boscardin2 and Daniela Toderini3
1Pediatra di Libera Scelta, Polistudio Pediatrico, Piove di Sacco, Padova, Italy.
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