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  1. Clinical and histological significance of the testicular remnant found on inguinal exploration after diagnostic laparoscopy in the absence of a patent processus vaginalis.
    The Journal of urology, 2005
  2. High-value, cost-conscious health care: concepts for clinicians to evaluate the benefits, harms, and costs of medical interventions.
    Annals of Internal Medicine, 2011
  3. 5 versus 10 days of treatment with ceftriaxone for bacterial meningitis in children: a double-blind randomised equivalence study.
    Lancet (London, England), 2011
  4. p190 BCR-ABL mRNA is expressed at low levels in p210-positive chronic myeloid and acute lymphoblastic leukemias.
    Blood, 1996
  5. Question 2: Would systemic steroids be useful in the management of Stevens-Johnson syndrome?
    Archives of disease in childhood, 2013
  6. A systematic review of clinical trials of treatments for the congenital ichthyoses, excluding ichthyosis vulgaris.
    Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 2013
  7. Multiple eruptive pilomatricomas in a 9-year-old boy with glioblastoma.
    Pediatric dermatology, 2013
  8. Autism spectrum disorders.
    Current problems in pediatric and adolescent health care, 2013
  9. An electronic Simplified Acute Physiology Score-based risk adjustment score for critical illness in an integrated healthcare system.
    Critical care medicine, 2013
  10. Effect of sensory stimuli on restless legs syndrome: a randomized crossover study.
    Journal of clinical sleep medicine, 2014

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