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Association Between Body Mass Index and Self Body Image Perception


Association Between Body Mass Index and Self Body Image Perception

Cristiana Lucretia Pop. Iran J Public Health.

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Fig. 1:
Fig. 1:
Body dissatisfaction index versus BMI distribution

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