Occupational Diseases: Advances in Research and Treatment: 2011 Edition: ScholarlyPaper

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ScholarlyEditions, Jan 9, 2012 - Medical - 24 pages

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Superficial siderosis of the central nervous system after ventriculoperitoneal shunt
Evaluation of the CellaVision DM automated microscope in pediatrics
Emotion suppression affects cardiovascular responses to initial and subsequent laboratory stressors
New Caplans syndrome study findings have been reported by scientists at University Estadual of Campinas
Reports from J Seibel and coresearchers add new data to research in laboratory infection
Reports outline laboratory infection research from S Woodcock and colleagues
Urine particle evaluation a comparison between the UF1000i and quantitative microscopy
Selfreported cold sensitivity in normal subjects and in patients with traumatic hand injuries or handarm vibration syndrome
Studies from LM Lopes and colleagues provide new data on laboratory infection
Study data from University Hospital Institute for Clinical Chemistry update understanding of laboratory infection
Intestinal FXRmediated FGF15 production contributes to diurnal control of hepatic bile acid synthesis in mice
What Happens In The Field Stays In The Field Exploring Whether Professionals Play Minimax In Laboratory Experiments
Quantitation of Acute Phase Proteins and Protein Electrophoresis in Monitoring the Acute Inflammatory Process in Experimentally and Naturally Inf...
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