Pär Lindblad

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To investigate the relation between diabetes mellitus and the risk of renal cell cancer we carried out a population-based retrospective cohort study. Patients identified in the Swedish Inpatient Register who were discharged from hospitals with a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus between 1965 and 1983 formed a cohort of 153 852 patients (80 005 women and 73 847(More)
  • Pär Lindblad
  • Scandinavian journal of surgery : SJS : official…
  • 2004
The increasing incidence of RCC in most populations may in part be due to increasing numbers of incidentally detected cancers with new imaging methods. Further, the increase is not only limited to small local tumours but also includes more advanced tumours, which may to some part explain the still high mortality rates. The variation in incidence between(More)
By means of videofluoroscopic recordings, chewing, swallowing and speech were monitored in nine patients with congenital and acquired maxillary defects. All of them were rehabilitated with a maxillary obturator prosthesis. The defective region was seldom used for chewing. No leakage between the obturator and surrounding tissue was observed, either for(More)
In 21 individuals, edentulous in the upper jaw, the speech function was evaluated. In an earlier study, registrations were made when the patients wore complete dentures in the upper jaw and 3-6 months after they had been treated with fixed prostheses on osseointegrated implants in the maxilla. These patients were re-examined after 3 years, as reported in(More)
The objective of this study was to evaluate the usefulness of electropalatography (EPG) as a method for diagnostic analysis of the [s] sound and also to make a multiple analysis of the production of the normal Swedish [s] sound in various contexts. Eleven dental students participated. EPG registration, optoelectronic recording of jaw movements, and acoustic(More)
BACKGROUND Dispatch of basic life support-trained first responders equipped with automated external defibrillators in addition to advanced life support-trained emergency medical services personnel in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) has, in some minor cohort studies, been associated with improved survival. The aim of this study was to evaluate the(More)
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