Mafiz Rahman

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The aim of this study was to assess the impact of invitation to screening for type 2 diabetes and related cardiovascular risk factors on population mortality. This was a parallel-group population-based cohort study including all men and women aged 40–65 years, free of known diabetes, registered with a single practice in Ely, UK (n = 4,936). In 1990–1992,(More)
There are continuing uncertainties about how much screening for type 2 diabetes brings forward the clinical diagnosis and the impact that earlier diagnosis has on health outcomes. We compared the duration of diabetes and health outcomes in a population invited for diabetes screening at 5-yearly intervals from 1990 (screened population) with those in a(More)
BACKGROUND In recent years, increasing evidence has accumulated that suggests the majority of cases of genital ulcer disease in sub-Saharan Africa are due to viral and not bacterial infections. Although many cross-sectional studies support such a trend, few serial cross-sectional data are available to show the evolution of genital ulcer disease over time.(More)
Outcome of children with nephrotic syndrome has continued to improve over time. However minimal data exist to describe health-related quality of life in children with nephrotic syndrome. This cross sectional study was conducted over a period of six months to assess the health related quality of life in children with nephrotic syndrome in the Department of(More)
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