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Dental Update, ISSN 0305-5000, 12/2019, Volume 46, Issue 11, pp. 1056 - 1061
...Madeleine Storey Odontogenic keratocysts (OKCs) were first described in the literature by Philipsen in 1956.1 They are thought to arise from the remnants... 
Orthodontics
Journal Article
by Wilson, Duncan and Ambler, Gareth and Shakeshaft, Clare and Brown, Martin M and Charidimou, Andreas and Al-Shahi Salman, Rustam and Lip, Gregory Y H and Cohen, Hannah and Banerjee, Gargi and Houlden, Henry and White, Mark J and Yousry, Tarek A and Harkness, Kirsty and Flossmann, Enrico and Smyth, Nigel and Shaw, Louise J and Warburton, Elizabeth and Muir, Keith W and Jäger, Hans Rolf and Werring, David J and Aeron-Thomas, John and Aghoram, Prasanna and Amis, Elaine and Anderton, Peter and Andole, Sreeman and Anwar, Ijaz and Bamford, John and Banaras, Azra and Barry, Aian and Bellfied, Ruth and Benford, Aienne and Bhalla, Ajay and Bhargava, Maneesh and Bhaskaran, Biju and Bhupathiraju, Neelima and Birns, Jonathan and Blight, Aian and Bowring, Angie and Brown, Ellen and Bruce, David and Buck, Amanda and Bunworth, Kerry and Burger, Ilse and Burgess, Laura and Burn, Mathew and Burssens, Evelyn and Burton, Mauian and Butler, Nicola and Button, Denise and Carpenter, Michael and Chadha, Dinesh and Chatterjee, Kausik and Choy, Lillian and Cohen, David and Connell, Lynne and Cooper, Martin and Corrigan, John and Cotterill, Donna and Courtauld, Gillian and Crawford, Susan and Cullen, Claire and Dani, Krishna and Daniel, Amelia and Datta, Prabel and Davis, Michelle and Day, Nicola and Doherty, Mandy and Douglas, Catherine and Dunne, Karen and Edwards, Collette and Eglinton, Charlotte and Elmarimi, Abduelbaset and Emsley, Hedley and England, Timothy and Epstein, Daniel and Erande, Renuka and Esisi, Bernard and Evans, Rachel and Farren, Pamela and Fitzell, Pauline and Fletcher, Glyn and Gallifent, Rachel and Gascoyne, Rachel and Giallombardo, Elio and Gregary, Bindu and Gunathilagan, Gunaratam and Guyler, Paul and Hairsine, Brigid and Haley, Michael and Hardwick, Anne and Hargroves, David and Harrington, Frances and Hedstrom, Amanda and Holmes, Clare and Hussein, Senussi and Ingram, Tanya and Ispoglou, Sissi and Iveson, Liz and Johnson, Venetia and Justin, Frances and ... and CROMIS-2 collaborators and CROMIS-2 Collaborators
Lancet neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 06/2018, Volume 17, Issue 6, pp. 539 - 547
Journal Article
by King, Madeleine T and Link, Emma K and Whelan, Tim J and Olivotto, Ivo A and Kunkler, Ian and Westenberg, Antonia Helen and Gruber, Guenther and Schofield, Penny and Chua, Boon H and Chua, Boon H and Phillips, Claire and Bryant, Guy and Westenberg, Helen and Purohit, Om Pra-Kesh and Ahern, Verity and Graham, Peter and Akra, Mohamed and McArdle, Orla and O'Brien, Peter and Ludbrook, Jane and Harvey, Jennifer and Maduro, John H and Gabelle-Flandin, Isabelle and Kirkove, Carine and Bedi, Carolyn and Martin, Joseph and Vu, Tony and Muanza, Theirry and Neal, Anthony and Courdi, Adel and Thariat, Juliette and Rakovitch, Eileen and Daniels, Laurien and van Hezewijk, Marjan and Cwajna, Wlasyslawa and Roelstraete, Adelheid and van Baardwijk, Angela and Russel, Nicola and Koch, Anne and Croke, Jennifer and Locke, Imogen and Jeal, Peter and Walker, Quenten and Thuraisingham, Kandeepeepan and Chauduri, Anupam and Joseph, David and Taylor, Mandy and Vanderkam, Sabine and Woo, Tony and Tang, Johann and Yassa, Michael and Wai, Elaine and Hewitt, Susan and Mahmood, Shazia and Gilmore, Jennifer and Ofi, Bolante and Bahl, Amit and Vujovic, Olga and Yu, Edward and Le, Duc and Kong, Iwa and Nichol, Alan and Bijker, Nina and Delaney, Geoff and Feigen, Malcolm and Lim, Adeline and Chao, Michael and Latham, Margaret and Algurafi, Hafiz and Tausch, Christoph and Khoo, Eric and Leung, Sam and Taylor, Karen and Senthi, Sasha and Stevens, Andrea and Chaudhuri, Abhro and Cleator, Susan and Brunt, Adrian Murray and Babington, Scott and Christie, David and Zwahlen, Daniel and Schratzenstaller, Ulrich and Masson, Laurence and Storey, Nicola and Kumar, Eshwar and Sherwin, Liz and Weytjens, Reinhilde and Ravi, Sharma and Lawton, Patricia and Angell, Ruth and Round, Glenys and Allen, Angela and Thotathil, Ziad and Anthes, Margaret and Reuter, Christiane and Pettit, Laura and Zissiadis, Yvonne and Elder, Christine and Verbeek-de Kanter, Antoinette and Lirette, Andree and ... and BIG 3-07/TROG 07.01 trial investigators and BIG 3-07 TROG 07 01 Trial Investig
The lancet oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 05/2020, Volume 21, Issue 5, pp. 685 - 698
BIG 3-07/TROG 07.01 is an international, multicentre, randomised, controlled, phase 3 trial evaluating tumour bed boost and hypofractionation in patients with... 
Oncology | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Science & Technology | Index Medicus
Journal Article
BMJ Quality Improvement Reports, ISSN 2050-1315, 2015, Volume 4, Issue 1, p. u203531.w2516
Abstract Referrals to neurosurgical units are regularly made by doctors in the emergency department (ED), intensive care and acute medicine, following brain... 
Departments | Traumatic brain injury | Physicians | Documentation | Neurosurgery | Consultants | Verbal communication | Hospitals | Head injuries | Education | Feedback | Clinical medicine | Duty of care
Journal Article
The New England journal of medicine, ISSN 1533-4406, 10/2018, Volume 379, Issue 16, pp. 1499 - 1508
Journal Article
Conifers produce large quantities of diterpene resin acids (DRAs) as major components of the constitutive and induced oleoresin defense system. Like all... 
Dissertation
The New England journal of medicine, ISSN 1533-4406, 10/2018, Volume 379, Issue 16, pp. 1519 - 1528
Journal Article