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  • Runs of homozygosity and testicular cancer risk. [Journal Article]
  • AAndrology 2019; 7(4):555-564
  • Loveday C, Sud A, … Turnbull C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Overall, our data do not support a major role in the risk of TGCT for recessively acting alleles acting through homozygosity, as measured by RoH in outbred populations of cases and controls.
  • Productivity Losses and Their Explanatory Factors Amongst People with Impaired Vision. [Journal Article]
  • OEOphthalmic Epidemiol 2019 Jul 08; :1-15
  • Marques AP, Macedo AF, … Santana R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings show a high unemployment rate and high productivity losses amongst people with impaired vision. The probability of being employed was associated with education, HRQoL and comorbidities. We speculate that promoting education and health through effective visual rehabilitation programs may help to increase participation in the labour market. These findings can inform decisions to intervene to reduce the burden of vision loss.
  • Microvascular Disease, Peripheral Artery Disease and Amputation. [Journal Article]
  • CircCirculation 2019 Jul 08
  • Beckman JA, Duncan MS, … Freiberg MS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Independent of traditional risk factors, the presence of microvascular disease increases the risk of amputation alone and synergistically increases risk in patients with peripheral artery disease. Further research is needed to understand the mechanisms by which this occurs.
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