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  1. OBJECTIVES OF USING OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MECHANISMS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF MEDICAL SERVICES
    Isroilov Bohodir, Mukhammadiev Ramz
    Journal of Critical Reviews. 2020; 7(7): 952-959.
  2. STUDY OF FORMATION OF CLUSTERS OF ATOMS OF GADOLINIUM IN SILICON
    B.E. Egamberdiyev, S.A. Tachilin, A.R.Toshev, F.M. Isroilov, M.Sh. Dehkanov
    Journal of Critical Reviews. 2020; 7(3): 297-301.
  3. INJURIES IN HANDBALL PLAYERS AND WAYS TO PREVENT THEM
    SH. F. Tulaganov, F.A. Abdurakhmonov, SH. K. Pavlov, P.P. Karieva, P.I. Isroilov, A. Sh. Muminov
    Journal of Critical Reviews. 2020; 7(5): 1699-1702.
  4. FAMILY - “MAHALLA” COOPERATION IN THE UPBRINGING OF THE YOUNGER GENERATION IN UZBEKISTAN: ESSENCE AND ORIGINALITY
    Isroilov Bektosh Erkinovich, Agzamjodjaeva Shakhnoza Saidmatlabovna,Kuldashev Asliddin Tursunovich, Tolipov Fayzulla Saidovich
    Journal of Critical Reviews. 2020; 7(13): 1141-1146.
  5. THE MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTIC AND STRUCTURE OF THE NASAL CAVITY TISSUE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF VEGATIVE TONSILS IN THE BODY OF ALLERGIC RHINITIS
    Arifov Sayfutdin Saydazimovich, Isroilov Rajjab Isroilovich, Daliev Adxamjon Gulomovich, Tuychiev Golibjon Urmonjonovich, Kosimov Hayotillo Kobulovich
    Journal of Critical Reviews. 2020; 7(5): 275-277.

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