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33,058 results
  • Modelling progress towards elimination of hepatitis B in Australia. [Journal Article]
    Hepatology 2019McCulloch K, Romero N, … Cowie B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Australia is not on track to meet local and global targets regarding CHB. Comprehensive and regularly updated modelling approaches accounting for diversity within the population are a useful tool to measure progress and impact of interventions, and quantify further improvements required to meet elimination goals.
  • Mental health and offending in older people: Future directions for research. [Review]
    Crim Behav Ment Health 2019Parrott JM, Houben FR, … MacInnes DL
  • CONCLUSIONS: The older population in prisons and secure settings is growing, and there is much concern as to how far facilities and services have been able to identify and meet the mental health needs of those of older age. Cooperation between researchers and services and between disciplines will be essential if we are to secure a more robust evidence base in this respect. Engaging service users in such research and considering the whole criminal justice pathway including diversion remains a priority.
  • Enabling Global Clinical Collaborations on Identifiable Patient Data: The Minerva Initiative. [Journal Article]
    Front Genet 2019; 10:611Nellåker C, Alkuraya FS, … Minerva Consortium
  • The clinical utility of computational phenotyping for both genetic and rare diseases is increasingly appreciated; however, its true potential is yet to be fully realized. Alongside the growing clinical and research availability of sequencing technologies, precise deep and scalable phenotyping is required to serve unmet need in genetic and rare diseases. To improve the lives of individuals affecte…
  • Recognizing intrapancreatic accessory spleen via EUS: Interobserver variability. [Journal Article]
    Endosc Ultrasound 2019Kim GE, Morris JD, … Darwin PE
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a moderate-to-substantial interobserver agreement in describing the sonographic characteristics of the pancreatic lesions, such as the shape, echogenicity compared to spleen, echotexture, and border of the lesions. However, the interobserver agreement is only fair when deciding if the pancreatic lesion is an IPAS. The similar profile of IPAS and pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor could confound the diagnosis of IPAS, thus contributing to the decreased interobserver agreement. This study demonstrates that EUS criteria alone are not accurate for IPAS diagnosis. Fine-needle aspiration (FNA) may be required for a confirmatory diagnosis.
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