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  • High burden of birthweight-lowering genetic variants in Africans and Asians. [Journal Article]
  • BMBMC Med 2018 May 24; 16(1):70
  • Tekola-Ayele F, Workalemahu T, Amare AT
  • CONCLUSIONS: The burden of birthweight-lowering genetic variants is higher in Africans and East Asians. This finding is consistent with the high incidence of low birthweight in the two populations. The genetic variants we studied may not be causal and the extent to which they tag the causal variants in non-Europeans is unknown; however, our findings highlight that genetic variations contribute to population differences in birthweight.
  • Pretreatment chest x-ray severity and its relation to bacterial burden in smear positive pulmonary tuberculosis. [Journal Article]
  • BMBMC Med 2018 May 21; 16(1):73
  • Murthy SE, Chatterjee F, … REMoxTB Consortium
  • CONCLUSIONS: The radiological severity of disease on chest x-ray prior to treatment in smear positive pulmonary TB patients is weakly associated with the bacterial burden. When compared against other variables at diagnosis, this effect is lost in those without cavitation. Radiological severity does reflect the overall disease severity in smear positive pulmonary TB, but we suggest that clinicians should be cautious in over-interpreting the significance of radiological disease extent at diagnosis.
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