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The surgical histories of 198 people as reported in their responses to a postal survey and as recorded in their general practice notes were compared. Agreement between the two data sources was 90 percent for the operations undergone and 82 per cent for the year of operation, a reasonably reassuring result.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Community Medicine

Publication Date

01/12/1985

Volume

7

Pages

186 - 189