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A new trisomic syndrome.
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The 11q;22q translocation: A European collaborative analysis of 43 cases
SummaryTranslocation between the long arms of chromosomes 11 and 22 is usually detected in offspring with an unbalanced karyotype following a 3:1 disjunction resulting in “partial trisomy.” Since byExpand
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Neonatal tumours: a thirty-year population-based study.
Estimates of the incidence and outcome of tumours in neonates are uncertain and most reports relate to selected experience in single centres. The definition of neonatal tumour is also unclear andExpand
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The value of twin surveys in the study of malformations.
Congenital malformations have been investigated in a consecutive series of 445 monozygotic twin pairs coming from two twin surveys numbering 1,424 pairs. Concordant malformations were found in 6Expand
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Binomial cokriging for estimating and mapping the risk of childhood cancer.
The incidences of human diseases vary from place to place, and this is also likely to be so for the risk of people developing many of them. We have analysed the spatial distribution of childhoodExpand
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Malignant hepatic tumours in children: incidence, clinical features and aetiology.
Congenital defects and other disorders have been reported in association with malignant liver tumours. In order to assess their significance, a population-based survey was undertaken on children agedExpand
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Got Deaths in Birmingham 1958–61
DURING the years 1 9 5 8 6 1 in the city of Birmingham, with a population of 1,100,000, there were 5 7 4 deaths among infants aged four weeks to twelve months. Of these deaths 1 7 2 , or 3 0 perExpand
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Childhood cancer in the West Midlands: incidence and survival, 1980-1984, in a multi-ethnic population.
The purpose of this study is to describe the incidence and survival of childhood cancer in the West Midlands for the period 1980-1984. Proportional breakdown by Asian subgroup is also considered. AExpand
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Descriptive epidemiology of primary central nervous system tumours in children: a population-based study.
This study was undertaken to investigate the incidence, outcome and referral patterns of central nervous system tumours in a defined childhood population over a recent 5-year period. The studyExpand
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