Community Medicine MCQ 010

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In a study, a group of similar patients were randomly assigned to two different groups. One group received Treatment A and the other received Treatment B. After two weeks of treatment, treatment effects were measured. This was followed by a two week wash-out period. Then the group which originally received Treatment A was given Treatment B and the group which received Treatment B initially was given Treatment A. After another two weeks, treatment effects were again measured. This type of study design is called a:

Case-Control Studies: Design, Conduct, Analysis (Monographs in Epidemiology and Biostatistics)
A) cohort study
B) case-control study
C) cross-over study
D) cross-sectional study


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