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Paper presented at the Subtech '91, November 12–14, 1991
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v27-275
... categories may coexlst and that 'Type I' may progress to 'Type 11' The consequences of these shortcomlngs are that treatment algor~thms are applled mconslstently, the ep~dem~ology of these cond~t~ons remalns obscure and occas~onally, cases are managed lnappropr~ately A solut~on IS to abandon the current...

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