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al. 2011 ) and halves the incidence of cervical cancer among women (11% of all cancers compared with 22%), as found previously (Dodge et al. 1963 ; Drain et al. 2006 ; Bosch et al. 2009 ).] Funding data on the articles published in 2009

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. <1%; BJA : 5.7% vs. 0%; Pain : 11.0% vs. <1%) and AA had the lowest incidence of this practice in 2010 ( Table 1 ). There was a significant increasing trend in yearly prevalence of ECAs articles for all journals ( AA : Z = −7.57, P < 0

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We apply an old method for constructing points-and-lines configurations in the plane to study some recent questions in incidence geometry.

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represented as binary incidence matrices with columns corresponding to the items (variables levels) and rows corresponding to the papers. The matrix entries represent the presence (1) or absence (0) of an item in a particular paper. An example of a binary

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relatively low percentage of the worldwide publications, as the incidence of this is not high in the US. Literature on M. tuberculosis increased over the period investigated. Publications related to influenza virus were not obvious before 2005. However, the

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incidence for publications in “top” impact factor journals. Clinical medicine (15.5%), chemistry (13.1%), this time with biomedical research (13.0%), stand out again. For all other disciplines the related percentages are under 8%. In the analysis of relative

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scholarly quality which summarizes the incidence, intensity, and inequality of these journals’ highly cited articles. The SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) (González-Pereira et al. 2010 ), presents an indicator of can be called “journal prestige” (Bollen

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32 Volar versus dorsal plating in the management of intra-articular distal radius fractures 31 Low incidence of ulnar nerve injury with crossed pin placement for

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usual caveats apply. References Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. ( 1997 ). Update: Trends in AIDS incidence, United States, 1996 . Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report , 46 , 861 – 868

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characterized by a dominance of cumulative innovation and a strong incidence of patent thickets. 9 This distinction originates in a paper of Levin et al. from 1987 and has by now been studied by an extensive body of research. 10 Lanjouw and

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