International Commission for the Revision of Nomenclature of Causes of Death
Commission internationale pour la révision de la nomenclature des causes de décès
21 Aug 1900, Paris (France). Last activity reported 1911. An international convention on nomenclature, 1929, subsequently gave rise to International Commission for the Decennial Revision of the International Lists of Diseases and Causes of Death, administered by International Statistical Institute (ISI). This latter Commission ceased to exist in about 1938.Available with paid subscription only.
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