geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Incidence and prevalence as measures of the frequency of birth defects


, : Incidence and prevalence as measures of the frequency of birth defects. American Journal of Epidemiology 116(5): 743-747


US$29.90

PMID: 6890764


Other references

Dautremont, J.F.; Rudmik, L.R.; Nakoneshny, S.C.; Chandarana, S.P.; Matthews, T.Wayne.; Schrag, C.; Fick, G.H.; Dort, J.C., 2015: Understanding the impact of a clinical care pathway for major head and neck cancer resection on postdischarge healthcare utilization. The purposes of this study were to explore the association of a postoperative clinical care pathway for patients undergoing major head and neck surgery with microvascular reconstruction on postdischarge health care utilization and cost and to comp...

Tronchet J.M.J.; Baehler B., 1972: The use of phosphorus ylides in sugar chemistry part 12 derivatives of d arabino hexene 1 tetrol 3 4 5 6. Helvetica Chimica Acta 55(6): 2112-2120

Siegfried, L.; Comparone, A.; Neuburger, M.; Kaden, T.A., 2004: Selective metal promoted hydrolysis of nitrile groups in the side chain of tetraazamacrocyclic Cu2+-complexes. The metal promoted hydrolysis of nitrile groups in the side chains of tetraazamacrocyclic Cu2+ complexes has been studied by stopped-flow techniques. It is shown that the reaction proceeds by an intramolecular attack of an axially coordinated OH-...

Kadochová, Štěpánka.; Frouz, J.; Roces, F., 2017: Sun Basking in Red Wood Ants Formica polyctena (Hymenoptera, Formicidae): Individual Behaviour and Temperature-Dependent Respiration Rates. In early spring, red wood ants Formica polyctena are often observed clustering on the nest surface in large numbers basking in the sun. It has been hypothesized that sun-basking behaviour may contribute to nest heating because of both heat carriag...

Smart, T., 1996: Improving HIV treatment step by step. Improved HIV treatments were highlighted at the Eleventh International Conference on AIDS in Vancouver. The promising progress in the past year led some researchers to be overly optimistic. Five antiretrovirals have been approved, three of which a...

Lawrence, R.A., 1998: Poison centers and plants: more pollyanna data?. Journal of Toxicology. Clinical Toxicology 36(3): 225-226

D.L.F.ente, S.G.; Fujino, K.; Pappas, T.N.; Mantyh, C.R., 2003: Vanilloid receptor subtype 1 deficient mice are protected from clostridium difficile toxin a induced intestinal edema. Background: Vanilloid receptor subtype-1 (VR-1) is found on sensory neurons and may mediate neurogenic inflammation. Previous studies have shown that VR-1 antagonists attenuate animal models of intestinal inflammation. The purpose of his study was...

Leung, A.; Scammell, B.; Lyons, A.; Czachur, M.; Gilbert, J.; Freedholm, D.; Malbecq, W.; Miller, C.; Carr, A.; Checkley, L., 1999: Alendronate prevents periprosthetic bone loss 2 Year results. Arthritis & Rheumatism 42(9 SUPPL ): S270, Sept

Schairer, E., 1940: Uber eine besondere Art der Lymphknotenverkalkung bei der Silikose. Roentgenologic examination of 2 excised silicotic lungs revealed the existence of "egg-shell" shadows, previously reported by Sweany and Lotnmel. These shadows were particularly numerous in the region of the hilus. Roentgenologic and mic...

Cabeza Meckert P.; Gelpi R.; Chambo G.; Laguens R., 1984: Effect of cyclophosphamide and nifurtimox on the evolution of chagas disease in the mouse. Journal of Protozoology 31(4): 39A