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(1) This may partly reflect a cohort or historical effect.
(2) A cohort study of gastric cancer incidence among cimetidine users previously published is extended with additional three years of observation.
(3) In the first stage of word recognition, cohort reduction occurs as early sensory information defines the word-initial cohort.
(4) The 74 million Baby-Boom cohort dwarfs the 40 million Generation Xers.
(5) Each cohort of students will be admitted to only one institution and will normally remain registered with that institution until graduation.
(6) Our findings are based on a cohort of women seeking insemination treatment because their partners had a fertility problem.
(7) And Charles and his whole exultant cohort devoted themselves to celebrating Easter.
(8) Clearly a cohort analysis of this and other areas in southwest Cumbria is urgently required.
(9) A cohort study of the risk of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 2 or 3 in relation to papillomavirus infection.
(10) Long-term cohort studies show declines beginning in 1982 and continuing steadily through the late 19805.
(11) Design - Prospective cohort study of all women who had entered a donor insemination programme.
(12) Of the 39 students involved in the 1981 cohort the corresponding figure was 17.
(13) It hit 58 percent in a gay cohort in Denver by 1985(sentencedict.com), and 58 percent in Seattle in 1986.
(14) Another cohort study has found that pill users tend to be slightly lighter than non-users.
(15) It's a historical commonplace that this extraordinary cohort of Hitler's unwanted transformed their adopted country.
(16) The overall in-hospital mortality of 15.6% of this cohort was similar to short-term mortality of similar cohorts in previous studies.
(17) Design - Non-randomised cohort study with follow up of subjects for up to 23 years.
(18) "Baby boomers" are the largest cohort of Americans living today.
(19) In a prospective cohort study 141 consecutive patients were admitted to hospital with community-acquired pneumonia.
(20) We then went on to describe the Johnston-McClelland model of visual word recognition and the Cohort model of auditory word recognition.
(21) By 1984, 43. 7 percent of the New York cohort was infected.
(22) He was frozen there with an appalled sense of waste, that his cohort had denied him his greatest discovery.
(23) The analysis of trends over time offers another indirect method of considering age and cohort related effects upon health. Sentencedict.com
(24) To begin with, a middle-aged blonde woman jostled him but was quickly joined by a cohort of silver-haired reinforcements.
(25) All that is left for a man with only an ageing cohort of supporters, is to rant.
(26) The appropriate comparison should have been made by following through a cohort who would have been exposed by the accident.
(27) It is highly probable that many of those in the initial cohort of patients would have died.
(28) For women, a pattern of gradual increase was seen by birth cohort in all age groups.
(29) Figures for 1984 show 67. 4 percent of the cohort infected.
(30) We have undertaken the type of audit Coulter and colleagues suggest, using a small cohort of patients from Northwick Park Hospital.
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