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2002Community knowledge, attitude and practices regarding sexually transmitted infections in a rural district of PakistanAfsar, H.; Mahmood, M.; Barney, N.; Ali, S.; Kadir, M.; Bilgrami, M.
1998Natural history of anterior knee pain: a 14- to 20- year follow-up of nonoperative managementNimon, G.; Murray, D.; Sandow, M.; Goodfellow, J.
1999Effect of nitric oxide synthase inhibitors on short-term appetite and food intake in humansVozzo, R.; Wittert, G.; Horowitz, M.; Morley, J.; Chapman, I.
2001Growth of specific muscle strength between 6 and 18 years in contrasting socioeconomic conditionsHenneberg, M.; Brush, G.; Harrison, G.
1997The Apert syndrome hand: pathologic anatomy and clinical manifestationsHolten, I.; Smith, A.; Bourne, A.; David, D.
2004Obesity is a risk factor for peritonitis in the Australian and New Zealand peritoneal dialysis patient populationsMcDonald, S.; Collins, J.; Rumpsfeld, M.; Johnson, D.
2008Concepts on the pathogenesis of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Bone growth and mass, vertebral column, spinal cord, brain, skull, extra-spinal left-right skeletal length asymmetries, disproportions and molecular pathogenesis.Burwell, R.; Dangerfield, P.; Freeman, B.
2008The posterior skeletal thorax: rib-vertebral angle and axial vertebral rotation asymmetries in adolescent idiopathic scoliosisBurwell, R.; Aujla, R.; Freeman, B.; Dangerfield, P.; Cole, A.; Kirby, A.; Polak, F.; Pratt, R.; Moulton, A.; Dangerfield, P.
2008Etiologic theories of idiopathic scoliosis. Somatic nervous system and the NOTOM escalator concept as one component in the pathogenesis of adolescent idiopathic scoliosisBurwell, R.; Dangerfield, P.; Freeman, B.; Dangerfield, P.
1996Identification, expression, and biochemical characterization of N-acetylgalactosamine-4-sulfatase mutations and relationship with clinical phenotype in MPS-VI patientsLitjens, T.; Brooks, D.; Peters, C.; Gibson, G.; Hopwood, J.