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Year Number of Results
1912 1
1934 1
1936 1
1947 3
1949 1
1950 1
1953 2
1954 2
1956 1
1960 1
1961 1
1962 1
1963 1
1964 1
1965 6
1966 4
1967 10
1968 3
1969 4
1970 4
1971 4
1972 3
1973 3
1974 1
1975 4
1976 3
1977 6
1978 2
1979 6
1980 4
1981 11
1982 15
1983 12
1984 20
1985 18
1986 20
1987 34
1988 33
1989 29
1990 26
1991 27
1992 23
1993 37
1994 35
1995 43
1996 41
1997 59
1998 53
1999 62
2000 57
2001 73
2002 78
2003 61
2004 58
2005 76
2006 66
2007 80
2008 73
2009 66
2010 70
2011 61
2012 82
2013 60
2014 82
2015 84
2016 76
2017 65
2018 74
2019 65
2020 14
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Guideline on anterior cruciate ligament injury
Meuffels DE, et al. Acta Orthop 2012 - Review. Among authors: Hart CP. PMID 22900914 Free PMC article.
Laboratory Diagnostics in Thrombophilia
Linnemann B and Hart C. Hamostaseologie 2019 - Review. PMID 30703819
Immunologic antigen assays and chromogenic or clot-based activity assays are used to identify deficiencies in the natural coagulation inhibitors antithrombin, protein C and protein S. Because pre-analytical errors and acquired causes of low antithrombin, protein C or protein S levels are considerably more common than hereditary deficiencies, all potential conditions that may lower activity levels of the natural coagulation inhibitors (e.g. concomitant liver disease, pregnancy, anticoagulant therapy) must be considered and excluded before the diagnosis of an inhibitor deficiency can be made. ...
Immunologic antigen assays and chromogenic or clot-based activity assays are used to identify deficiencies in the natural coagulation inhibi …
Public health and international drug policy
Csete J, et al. Lancet 2016 - Review. Among authors: Hart C. PMID 27021149 Free PMC article.
HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) transmission occurs among prisoners and detainees, often complicated by co-infection with TB and in many places multidrug-resistant TB, and too few states offer prevention or treatment services in spite of international guidelines that urge comprehensive measures, including provision of injection equipment, for people in state custody. ...
HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) transmission occurs among prisoners and detainees, often complicated by co-infection with TB and in m …
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