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Repeatability of measurement of fetal nuchal translucency thickness
The aim of this prospective study was to assess the repeatability of measurement of fetal nuchal translucency thickness at 10–14 weeks' gestation. The nuchal translucency was measured by two of fourExpand
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The Vågå Study; Epidemiology of Headache I: The Prevalence of Ultrashort Paroxysms
In a large-scale study of headache epidemiology in Vågå, Norway, 1838 adult parishioners(18–65 years of age) were examined, and this represents 88.6% of the target group. Jabs and joltsExpand
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Ductus venosus Doppler velocimetry in the first trimester: a new finding
To establish reference curves for ductus venosus blood flow velocities during the first trimester and compare them with previously published curves.
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First record of natural Tritrichomonas foetus infection of the feline uterus.
Tritrichomonas foetus was found in the uterus of a cat with pyometra and in the faeces of three other cats in the same household, one of which had chronic diarrhoea. This is the first report of aExpand
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The Vågå study of headache epidemiology II. Jabs: clinical manifestations
Objectives– To describe clinical characteristics of cephalic jabs. Material and methods– In a population study in Vågå, Norway, 1838 18–65‐year‐old‐parishioners (88.6% of the target group) wereExpand
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Engagement in assertive community treatment as experienced by recovering clients with severe mental illness and concurrent substance use
BackgroundClients with severe mental illness (SMI) who use substances are less engaged in treatment than those who do not use substances, and assertive community treatment (ACT) engages and retainsExpand
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How Social Relationships Influence Substance Use Disorder Recovery: A Collaborative Narrative Study
Individuals with a substance use disorder (SUD) often have fewer social support network resources than those without SUDs. This qualitative study examined the role of social relationships inExpand
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Searching for Sobriety: How Persons with Severe Mental Illness Experience Abstaining from Substance Use
Individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness (SMI) are more vulnerable to substances than are other people. Many people with SMI tend to attain full remission of their substance use, but othersExpand
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Walking the fine line: Self-reported reasons for substance use in persons with severe mental illness.
Many theoretical models have been proposed to explain the relationship between severe mental illness (SMI) and substance use. Because many of these are contradictory quantitative American studies, aExpand
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Nuchal translucency: an ultrasound marker for fetal chromosomal abnormalities.
CONTEXT The literature shows an association between several ultrasound markers and chromosome abnormality. Among these, measurement of nuchal translucency has been indicated as a screening method forExpand
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