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one year ago
Red reflex eye examinations are associated with increased conjunctival swab sampling but sustained bacterial conjunctivitis rate and growth percentage, a study on neonates shows.
Kavitha G. Shekar, one year ago
Brain and central nervous system (CNS) tumour is the third most common cause of cancer death in adolescents and young adults (AYA; 15 to 39 years), reports a US population-based study.
Kavitha G. Shekar, one year ago

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one year ago
Hydroxycarbamide can be used as an alternative to regular blood transfusions in preserving transcranial doppler (TCD) flow velocities among children with sickle cell anaemia, as stated in the TWiTCH study.