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Equal North: how can we reduce health inequalities in the North of England? A prioritization exercise with researchers, policymakers and practitioners.

The Equal North network was developed to take forward the implications of the Due North report of the Independent Inquiry into Health Equity. The aim of this exercise was to identify how to reduce health inequalities in the north of England.

Return to work after breast cancer diagnosis: An observational prospective study in brazil.

In North America and Europe, return-to-work (RTW) rates vary among breast cancer (BC) survivors, from 24% to 66% and from 53% to 82% at 6 and 36 months after diagnosis, respectively. To date, there is a lack of data on RTW rates after BC diagnosis in Latin America. Therefore, the primary objectives of this study were to define RTW rates at 12 and 24 months after BC diagnosis and to identify the factors associated with RTW in this population.

Late Pleistocene glacial transitions in North America altered major river drainages, as revealed by deep-sea sediment.

Sediment eroded from continents during ice ages can be rapidly (

Radiographic Review of Avulsion Fractures RadioGraphics Fundamentals | Online Presentation.

Complications of Y Transarterial Radioembolization of Hepatic Tumors: Primer for Interventional Radiology Residents and Fellows RadioGraphics Fundamentals | Online Presentation.

HSV-1 genital ulcer disease at a tertiary care hospital in north India.

Toward a Consensus on Centralization in Surgery.

To critically assess centralization policies for highly specialized surgeries in Europe and North America and propose recommendations.

Plant Genetics: Two Steps on the Path to Maize Adaptation.

Two distinct variations in the promoter of a key flowering time gene were selected during the spread of maize from its tropical origin to northern North America.

Radiology of Chronic Cavitary Infections.

Chronic cavitary lung disease is an uncommon manifestation of pulmonary infection, and is a pattern which worldwide is most commonly caused by reactivation tuberculosis. Other organisms, however, can cause similar radiologic patterns. Endemic fungi have long been recognized as potential causes of this pattern in North and South America, but the frequency with which these diseases present with chronic cavities in North America is relatively small. Nontuberculous mycobacteria and chronic aspergillus infection...

Case-based Review of Endovascular Renal Interventions: Primer for Radiology Residents and Fellows RadioGraphics Fundamentals | Online Presentation.

Demographic and Treatment Variables Influencing Outcome for Localized Paratesticular Rhabdomyosarcoma: Results From a Pooled Analysis of North American and European Cooperative Groups.

Treatment recommendations for localized paratesticular rhabdomyosarcoma (PT RMS) differ in North America and Europe. We conducted a pooled analysis to identify demographic features and treatment choices that affect outcome.

Invasive Cereal Aphids of North America: Ecology and Pest Management.

Aphid invasions of North American cereal crops generally have started with colonization of a new region or crop, followed by range expansion and outbreaks that vary in frequency and scale owing to geographically variable influences. To improve understanding of this process and management, we compare the invasion ecology of and management response to three cereal aphids: sugarcane aphid, Russian wheat aphid, and greenbug. The region exploited is determined primarily by climate and host plant availability. On...

Anterolateral Ligament: Let's Stick to the Facts!

Author Reply to Letters to the Editor From Sonnery-Cottet et al. and Ferretti.

Response to "Editorial Commentary: The Anterolateral Ligament: The Emperor's New Clothes?"

Epidemiological study of snakebite cases in Brazilian Western Amazonia.

Brazil has the largest number of snakebite cases in South America, of which the large majority is concentrated in the Midwest and North.

Regarding "Is the Transverse Acetabular Ligament Hypertrophied and Hindering Reduction in Developmental Dysplasia of Hip?"

Species diversity, distribution patterns, and substrate specificity of Strobilurus.

The fungal genus Strobilurus belongs to Physalacriaceae and contains approximately 11 species worldwide. Species of this genus grow and reproduce on cones of various conifers, seed pods or fruits of Magnolia and Liquidambar, and branches and wood of conifers. Previous studies focused mainly on samples from Europe and North America. And no genus-specific phylogenetic analysis has been carried out to date. The monophyly, degree of species diversity and substrate specificity, and overall distribution patterns ...

Author Reply to Regarding '"Is the Transverse Acetabular Ligament Hypertrophied and Hindering Reduction in Developmental Dysplasia of Hip?'".

Revision of pyrophilous taxa of Pholiota described from North America reveals four species-P. brunnescens, P. castanea, P. highlandensis, and P. molesta.

A systematic reevaluation of North American pyrophilous or "burn-loving" species of Pholiota is presented based on molecular and morphological examination of type and historical collections. Confusion surrounds application of the names P. brunnescens, P. carbonaria, P. castanea, P. fulvozonata, P. highlandensis, P. molesta, and P. subsaponacea, with multiple names applied to a single species and multiple species described more than once. Molecular annotations using nuc rDNA ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 (internal transcri...

First Record of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) and Second Record of Aedes japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae) Parasitized by Water Mites (Acari: Hydrachnidiae) in North America.

The primary aim of this study was to determine if the Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus (Skuse)) (Diptera: Culicidae), that vectors a number of arboviruses, is parasitized by water mites (Acari: Prostigmata: Parasitengonina: Hydrachnidiae). Larval water mite parasitism of adult mosquitoes has been shown to reduce mosquito fecundity and life span in the laboratory, and impact some populations in the field. Water mites have been considered for biocontrol purposes and used to age-grade mosquito population...

Conservation of migratory species.

Were you to find yourself somehow transported to the American Midwest in the 18 century, one feature that might strike you would be a curiously shifting cloud approaching from the northeast. As it drew closer, you might begin to discern some sound, "[like] an army of horses laden with sleigh bells" in the words of a Potawatomi Native American. However, not until it was nearly upon you would it become apparent that this cloud was made up of billions of individual birds. This was the autumn migration of the p...

Transoral Spine Surgery - an Update.

Even though in recent years the number of transoral spinal interventions has decreased in Europe and North America - mainly because of the progress in the drug therapy of rheumatism, there are still pathologies that can only be addressed by a transoral approach. The classical transoral approach can be expanded in collaboration with oral-maxillofacial surgery and ear, nose and throat surgery, but this is rarely necessary. The transoral approach is now mainly used for resection of pathological tissue. Additio...

Non-communicable diseases in migrants: an expert review.

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) remain a major challenge in the 21st century. High-income (HICs) populations are ethnically and culturally diverse due to international migration. Evidence suggests that NCDs rates differ between migrants and the host populations in HICs. This paper presents a review of NCDs burden among migrant groups in HICs in Europe, North America and Australia with a major focus on cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), cancer and diabetes.CVD risk differs by country of origin, country of dest...

A new species of from the mountains of central Arizona (Lepidoptera, Erebidae, Arctiinae, Lithosiini).

A new firefly-mimicking lichen moth of the genus , Palting & Ferguson, , is described from the mountains of east-central Arizona and the Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico. Hübner, 1831 is a North American genus of lithosiine tiger moths, previously consisting of five species: Hübner, 1831 and (Kirby, 1837), both of eastern and central North America; Strecker, 1878 from the Rocky Mountains into New Mexico and west Texas; H. Edwards, 1882, a widespread western USA species and Dyar, 1907 from the vici...

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