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Highly Accessed FindIt@Stanford Articles

  1. American Cancer Society guideline for the early detection of prostate cancer: update 2010.
    Ca, 2010
  2. Preconception care of women attending adult general diabetes clinics--are we doing enough?
    Diabetes research and clinical practice, 2007
  3. Diminished radial count is found only postnatally in Down's syndrome.
    Pediatric pulmonology, 1988
  4. PD-1 analysis on CD28(-) CD27(-) CD4 T cells allows stimulation-independent assessment of CMV viremic episodes in transplant recipients.
    American journal of transplantation, 2013
  5. Estimates of costs of primary care physician turnover.
    The American journal of managed care, 1999
  6. Safety, effectiveness, and duration of effect of BOTOX after switching from Dysport for blepharospasm, cervical dystonia, and hemifacial spasm dystonia, and hemifacial spasm.
    Current medical research and opinion, 2005
  7. The galliform (Turkey thigh) model for resident training in facial plastic surgery.
    The Laryngoscope, 2014
  8. Hypothyroidism and cardiovascular disease: factors, mechanism and future perspectives.
    Current medicinal chemistry, 2013
  9. Impact of the economic downturn on total joint replacement demand in the United States: updated projections to 2021.
    JBJS The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, 2014
  10. Associations between intake of folate, methionine, and vitamins B-12, B-6 and prostate cancer risk in American veterans
    Journal of Cancer Epidemiology, 2012

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