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International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics, ISSN 0360-3016, 2008, Volume 72, Issue 3, pp. 678 - 686
Purpose Fractionated radiotherapy and chemotherapy for locally advanced pancreatic cancer achieves only modest local control. This prospective trial evaluated... 
Radiology | Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Medicine | Image guided radiotherapy | Stereotactic body radiotherapy | Gemcitabine | Cyberknife | Pancreatic cancer | SURVIVAL | CONCURRENT RADIOTHERAPY | ADENOCARCINOMA | stereotactic body radiotherapy | CHEMORADIOTHERAPY | RADIOSURGERY | RADIATION-THERAPY | CAPECITABINE | 5-FLUOROURACIL | IRRADIATION | pancreatic cancer | image guided radiotherapy | ONCOLOGY | PHASE-I TRIAL | gemcitabine | RADIOLOGY, NUCLEAR MEDICINE & MEDICAL IMAGING | Humans | Middle Aged | Radiosurgery | Male | Antineoplastic Agents - therapeutic use | Antineoplastic Agents - toxicity | Pancreatic Neoplasms - drug therapy | Deoxycytidine - therapeutic use | Aged, 80 and over | Female | Pancreatic Neoplasms - mortality | Adenocarcinoma - radiotherapy | Radiotherapy Dosage | Pancreatic Neoplasms - surgery | Survivors | Pancreatic Neoplasms - radiotherapy | Combined Modality Therapy | Adenocarcinoma - drug therapy | Disease Progression | Radiography | Deoxycytidine - toxicity | Survival Analysis | Aged | Adenocarcinoma - diagnostic imaging | Deoxycytidine - analogs & derivatives | Gastrointestinal Diseases - chemically induced | Pancreatic Neoplasms - diagnostic imaging | Adenocarcinoma - mortality | Adenocarcinoma - surgery | Medical colleges | Chemotherapy | Radiation | Radiotherapy | Cancer | Index Medicus | ULCERS | DIAGNOSIS | PATIENTS | PANCREAS | ANTIGENS | RADIATION DOSES | TOXICITY | CHEMOTHERAPY | IMAGES | CARCINOMAS | RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE | RADIOTHERAPY | CARBOHYDRATES | COMBINED THERAPY
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PEDIATRIC ANNALS, ISSN 0090-4481, 10/2019, Volume 48, Issue 10, pp. E387 - E390
Immune- mediated encephalitis is the most common cause of encephalitis after infection in children and adults. Although this disease process was identified... 
PEDIATRICS | ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ENCEPHALITIS | Plasma | Encephalitis | Pediatrics | Immunoglobulins | Electroconvulsive therapy | Nuclear magnetic resonance--NMR | Mental disorders | Memory | Electroencephalography | Patients | Immunotherapy | West Nile virus | Adults | Rehabilitation | Autoimmune diseases
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by Nauth, Aaron and Creek, Aaron T and Zellar, Abby and Lawendy, Abdel-Rahman and Dowrick, Adam and Gupta, Ajay and Dadi, Akhil and van Kampen, Albert and Yee, Albert and de Vries, Mark R and de Vries, Jean Paul P.M and de Vries, Alexander C and de Mol van Otterloo, Alexander and Garibaldi, Alisha and Liew, Susan and Liew, Allen and McIntyre, Allison W and Prasad, Amal Shankar and Romero, Amanda W and Rangan, Amar and Oatt, Amber and Sanghavi, Amir and Foley, Amy L and Karlsten, Anders and Dolenc, Andrea and Bucknill, Andrew and Chia, Andrew and Evans, Andrew and Evans, Simone and Gong, Andrew and Schmidt, G. Ben and Schmidt, Andrew H and Marcantonio, Andrew J and Jennings, Andrew and Ward, Angela and Khanna, Angshuman and Rai, Anil and Rai, B. Sachidananda and Rai, Kamal and Smits, Anke B and Horan, Annamarie D and Brekke, Anne Christine and Flynn, Annette and Duraikannan, Aravin and Stødle, Are and van Vugt, Arie B and Luther, Arlene and Zurcher, Arthur W and Jain, Arvind and Jain, Neeraj and Amundsen, Asgeir and Moaveni, Ash and Carr, Ashley and Sharma, Gaurav and Sharma, Ateet and Hill, Austin D and Trommer, Axel and Hileman, Barbara and Schreurs, Bart and Verhoeven, Bart and Barden, Benjamin B and Flatøy, Bernhard and Cleffken, Berry I and Bøe, Berthe and Perey, Bertrand and Hanusch, Birgit C and Weening, Brad and Fioole, Bram and Rijbroek, Bram and Crist, Brett D and Halliday, Brett and Peterson, Brett and Mullis, Brian and Richardson, C. Glen and Richardson, Martin and Clark, Callum and Sagebien, Carlos A and van der Pol, Carmen C and Bowler, Carol and Humphrey, Catherine A and Coady, Catherine and Koppert, Cees L and Coles, Chad and Tannoury, Chadi and DePaolo, Charles J and Gayton, Chris and Herriott, Chris and Reeves, Christina and Tieszer, Christina and Dobb, Christine and Anderson, Linda K and Anderson, Christopher G and Anderson, Sarah A and Sage, Claire and Cuento, Claudine and Jones, Vicki and Jones, Clifford B and Bosman, Coks H.R and Linehan, Colleen and van der Hart, Cor P and ... and Fixation using Alternative Implants for the Treatment of Hip fractures (FAITH) Investigators
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 04/2017, Volume 389, Issue 10078, pp. 1519 - 1527
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Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ISSN 0890-5339, 11/2015, Volume 29, Issue 11, pp. 479 - 487
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by Chung, Kevin C and Malay, Sunitha and Shauver, Melissa J and Chung, Kevin C and Myra Kim, H and Haase, Steven C and Lawton, Jeffrey N and Lien, John R and Momoh, Adeyiza O and Ozer, Kagan and Sears, Erika D and Waljee, Jennifer F and Brown, Matthew S and Cho, Hoyune E and Michelotti, Brett F and Rozental, Tamara D and Appleton, Paul T and Rodriguez, Edward K and Deschamps, Laura N and Mattfolk, Lindsay and Wagner, Katiri and Blazar, Philip and Earp, Brandon E and Floyd, W Emerson and Louie, Dexter L and Leversedge, Fraser J and Richard, Marc J and Ruch, David S and Finley, Suzanne and Howe, Cameron and Manson, Maria and Whitfield, Janna and Perey, Bertrand H and Apostle, Kelly and Boyer, Dory and Moola, Farhad and Stone, Trevor and Viskontas, Darius and Zomar, Mauri and Moon, Karyn and Moon, Raely and Kalliainen, Loree K and Ward, Christina M and Fletcher, James W and Heinrich, Cherrie A and Pico, Katharine S and Mahajan, Ashish Y and Hill, Brian W and Vang, Sandy and Laporte, Dawn M and Hasenboehler, Erik A and Lifchez, Scott D and Osgood, Greg M and Shafiq, Babar and Shores, Jaimie T and Laljani, Vaishali and Brent Bamberger, H and Harman, Timothy W and Martineau, David W and Robinson, Carla and Palmer, Brandi and Grewal, Ruby and Faber, Ken A and MacDermid, Joy C and Kelly, Kate and Munro, Katrina and Vincent, Joshua I and Ring, David and Jupiter, Jesse B and Finger, Abigail and Gruber, Jillian S and Reddy, Rajesh K and Pong, Taylor M and Thornton, Emily R and Dennison, David G and Kakar, Sanjeev and Rizzo, Marco and Shin, Alexander Y and Scrabeck, Tyson L and Chepla, Kyle and Malone, Kevin and Hoyen, Harry A and Bafus, Blaine Todd and Jordan, Roderick B and Kaufman, Bram and Totonchil, Ali and Hromyak, Dana R and Humbert, Lisa and Sebastin, Sandeep and Tay, Sally and Nellans, Kate W and Merwin, Sara L and Blackburn, Ethan W and Hanlin, Sandra J and Patterson, Barbara and Gaston, R Glenn and Christopher Cadderdon, R and Gantt, Erika Gordon and Gaul, John S and Lewis, Daniel R and ... and Wrist Radius Injury Surgical and Wrist and Radius Injury Surgical Trial Group
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, ISSN 0032-1052, 08/2019, Volume 144, Issue 2, pp. 230e - 237e
BACKGROUND:Older patients are frequently referred to hand therapy after distal radius fracture. Supervised therapy sessions place a transportation burden on... 
SURGERY | PREDICTORS | PART | MEDICARE | REHABILITATION | VOLAR PLATE FIXATION | PROGRAM | Wrist | Care and treatment | Fractures | Physical therapy for the aged | Patient outcomes | Therapeutics, Physiological | Aged | Health aspects | Physical therapy | Injuries
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by Getgood, Alan and Bryant, Dianne and Firth, Andrew and Litchfield, Robert and Willits, Kevin and Hewison, Chris and Kaniki, Nicole and Remtulla, Alliya and Wanlin, Stacey and Pinto, Ryan and Martindale, Ashley and O'Neill, Lindsey and Jennings, Morgan and Daniluk, Michal and Birmingham, Trevor and Boyer, Dory and McCormack, Bob and Zomar, Mauri and Moon, Karyn and Moon, Raely and Fan, Brenda and Mohan, Bindu and Heard, Mark and Buchko, Greg and Hiemstra, Laurie and Kerslake, Sarah and Heard, Meagan and MacDonald, Peter and Stranges, Greg and McRae, Sheila and Gullett, Lee Anne and Brown, Holly and Legary, Alexandra and Longo, Alison and Christian, Mat and Ferguson, Celeste and Rezansoff, Alex and Mohtadi, Nick and Barber, Rhamona and Chan, Denise and Campbell, Caitlin and Garven, Alexandra and Pulsifer, Karen and Mayer, Michelle and Peterson, Devin and Simunovic, Nicole and Duong, Andrew and Islam, Zakia and Bardana, Davide and Howells, Fiona and Tough, Murray and Spalding, Tim and Thompson, Pete and Metcalfe, Andrew and Achten, Juul and Thomas, Michael and Legg, Andrew and Laver, Lior and Asplin, Laura and Dube, Alisen and Clarkson, Louise and Brown, Jaclyn and Bolsover, Alison and Bradshaw, Carolyn and Belgrove, Larissa and Millan, Francis and Turner, Sylvia and Verdugo, Sarah and Lowe, Janet and Dunne, Debra and McGowan, Kerri and Suddens, Charlie-Marie and Verdonk, Peter and Declerq, Geert and Vuylsteke, Kristien and Van Haver, Mieke and Stability Grp and Stability Group
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, ISSN 1471-2474, 05/2019, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 216 - 11
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Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2013, Volume 382, Issue 9895, pp. 866 - 876
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