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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Melinda Nagy-Vincze, Levente Bodoki, Zoltán Griger, and Katalin Dankó

-dermatomyositis: incidence in Spain (1997–2004). Med. Clin. (Barc), 2007, 129 (19), 721–724. Kuo, C. F., See, L. C., Yu, K. H., et al.: Incidence, cancer risk and mortality of dermatomyositis and polymyositis in Taiwan: a nationwide

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fractures have an increased risk of future fractures: a summary of the literature and statistical synthesis. J Bone Miner Res. 2000; 15: 721–739. 5 Kaper BP, Mayor MB. Incidence of

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Njukeng, P. A. (1994): Effects of virus-free cassava clones on the incidence and severity of African Cassava Mosaic Disease. M. Sc. thesis, Dept. of Agricultural Biology, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 70 p

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94 Curado, M. P., Edwards, B. K., Shin, H. R. és mtsai (eds): Cancer incidence in five continents. Vol. 9 (IARC Scientific publications, No 160.), Lyon, 2007

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. Epidemiol., 2000, 16 (9), 815–817. 12 Tancioni, V., Collini, F., Balzi, D., et al.: Acute stroke incidence estimated using a standard algorithm based on electronic health data

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: János Tomcsányi, Béla Bózsik, György Rokszin, Zsolt Abonyi-Tóth, and Lajos Katona

Miyasaka, Y., Barnes, M. E., Gersh, B. J., et al.: Secular trends in incidence of atrial fibrillation in Olmsted County, Minnesota, 1980 to 2000, and implications on the projections for future prevalence. Circulation, 2006, 114 , 119

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Hungarian Medical Journal
Authors: István Mészáros, József Mórocz, József Szlávi, László Nagy, Csaba Kató, László Tornóci, and Elek Stark

Study and Objectives: Nearly one third of patients with aortic dissection die outside an institute, mostly suddenly. The history of such non-hospitalized patients is not sufficiently known. Investigation of the natural history of non-hospitalized patients with acute aortic dissection, and reporting on the results. Design, Setting, and Participants: In a population of nearly 106,500 persons, we found 85 cases of aortic dissection (45 men and 40 women) during a period of 23 years from 1984 to 2006. They included 60 hospitalized (32 male and 28 female) and 25 non-hospitalized (13 male, 12 female) patients. Main Outcome Measures: Clinico-pathological analysis of the 25 non-hospitalized cases. Comparison between hospitalized and non-hospitalized cases and examination of their differences. Results: The incidence of the 25 non-hospitalized cases observed during 23 years was 1.02/100,000/year. These 25 patients were 38 to 80 years old, on average 63.1 years. The 13 male patients were 40 to 80 years old, on average 63.2 years and the 12 female patients were 38 to 75 years old with an average age of 63.0 years. The average age of non-hospitalized women was less by 10.7 years than the average age of 73.8 years of hospitalized women. The time of the fatalities was within one hour (sudden cardiac death) in 21 patients. Two patients died between 7–9 hours, and further two patients after 10 and 22 hours. The immediate causes of death were hemopericardium and hemothorax in 23 and 2 cases, respectively. Hypertension was a major predisposing factor in 23 cases. Syncope as the initial symptom of dissection and death was known in 14 cases. There were significant differences between non-hospitalized and hospitalized cases relating to death within one hour, syncope, Type II and distal dissections, external ruptures and the ‘silent period’. Sudden cardiac death caused by acute aortic dissection is an independent pathological phenomenon. Conclusion: Non-hospitalized aortic dissections constitute nearly one third of all cases. Their incidence can be reduced by careful treatment of the risk factors, particularly hypertension, prompt identification of the condition, and immediate referral to an appropriate institute.

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Giblin, A. V., Thomas, J. M.: Incidence, mortality and survival in cutaneous melanoma. J. Plast. Reconstr. Aesthet. Surg., 2007, 60 , 32–40. Thomas J. M. Incidence, mortality and

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Tulay Elal Mus, Figen Cetinkaya, Recep Cibik, Gul Ece Soyutemiz, Husniye Simsek, and Nilay Coplu

PCR for identification of enterococci . J. Clin. Microbiol. 42 , 3558 – 3565 . Jahan , M. and Holley , R. A. ( 2014 ): Incidence of virulence factors in enterococci from raw

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://www.onkol.hu/hu/rakregiszter-statisztika 10 Sant M, Allemani C, Tereanu C, et al. Incidence of hematologic malignancies in Europe by morphologic subtype: results of the HAEMACARE project. Blood 2010; 116: 3724

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