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Tick-borne pathogens in ticks collected from breeding and migratory birds in Switzerland.
From 2007 to 2010, 4558 migrating and breeding birds of 71 species were caught and examined for ticks in Switzerland. A total of 1205 specimens were collected; all were Ixodes ricinus ticks exceptExpand
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Variation in colorectal cancer testing between primary care physicians: a cross-sectional study in Switzerland
ObjectivesTo determine the proportion of 50–75-year-old patients who visit a primary care physician’s (PCP) office and were tested for colorectal cancer (CRC) by either colonoscopy within 10 years orExpand
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Tick related diseases in Switzerland, 2008 to 2011.
QUESTION UNDER STUDY To determine the incidence and determinants of tick related diseases in Switzerland, for example tick bites and Lyme borreliosis in primary care and tick borne encephalitis. Expand
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Place de la Clinique en médecine ambulatoire -les enseignements de l'étude TOPIC
L'apport respectif des donnees cliniques et paracliniques dans le processus diagnostique est mal connu. Nous l'avons examine en medecine ambulatoire dans 672 consultations consecutives pour douleurExpand
[Bird watching among physicians].
Bird watching can be an ideal activity for a physician. By their training, doctors may be more inclined than other professionals to take the time to observe birds. Medical studies provide basicExpand
Quand le médecin rencontre l’oiseau : quelques similitudes entre la pratique clinique et l’ornithologie
L’observation des oiseaux peut constituer une activite ideale pour le medecin. Par leur formation, les disciples d’Hippocrate sont peut-etre plus enclins que d’autres professionnels a prendre leExpand
Surveillance épidémiologique: une responsabilité du médecin de famille
Une surveillance epidemiologique de la population est indispensable et necessite une collaboration efficace entre medecins de famille et service de sante publique. Un tel systeme doit pouvoirExpand