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Integrating Health Care to Meet the Needs of the Mother–Infant Pair: A Call for Papers for Year 3 of the Maternal Health Task Force–PLOS Collection

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Perioperative management of an overtly hypothyroid patient presenting with torsion of an ovarian cyst and a possible difficult airway

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Risk Stratification by Self-Measured Home Blood Pressure across Categories of Conventional Blood Pressure: A Participant-Level Meta-Analysis

The Global Burden of Diseases Study 2010 reported that hypertension is worldwide the leading risk factor for cardiovascular disease, causing 9.4 million deaths annually. We examined to what extent ...

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Gray’s Anatomy (1)

Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body (20. US-Auflage, 1918, S. 1-186) Gray’s Anatomy (1) Gray’s Anatomy (2) Gray’s Anatomy (3) Gray’s Anatomy (4) Gray’s Anatomy (5)

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