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Prevalence and associated factors of neck, shoulder, and low-back pains among medical students at Jazan University, Saudi Arabia: A cross-sectional study

Dighriri Yahya Hadi, Akkur Murad Abdullah, Alharbi Sara Abdullah, Madkhali Nabeel Ahmed, Matabi Kholoud Ibrahim, Mahfouz Mohamed Salih

Year : 2019| Volume: 8| Issue : 12 | Page no: 3826-3831

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