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Intervent Radiol 10 142 146 . 21. Endovascular versus surgical treatment in patients with carotid stenosis in the CarotidVertebral Artery Transluminal

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–28. 8 Neal RD, Tharmanathan P, France B, et al. Is increased time to diagnosis and treatment in symptomatic cancer associated with poorer outcomes? Systematic review. Br J Cancer 2015; 112: S92–S107

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care. Eur. Spine J., 2010, 19 (12), 2075–2094. 9 Koes, B. W., van Tulder, M. W., Thomas, S.: Diagnosis and treatment of low back pain. BMJ, 2006, 332 (7555), 1430

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Authors: Erika Hubina, Ágnes Tóth, Gábor László Kovács, Judit Dénes, László Kovács, and Miklós Góth

Roelfsema, F., Biermasz, N. R., Pereira, A. M. és mtsai: Nanomedicines in the treatment of acromegaly: focus on pegvisomant. Int. J. Nanomed., 2006, 1 , 385–398. Pereira A. M

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Henzen, C., Suter, A., Lerch, E. et al.: Suppression and recovery of adrenal response after short-term high-dose glucocorticoid treatment. Lancet, 2000, 355 , 542–545. Lerch E

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2025 Ardissino, D., Savonitto, S., Egstrup, K. és mtsai: Selection of medical treatment in stable angina pectoris: results of the International Multicenter Angina Exercise

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trials. JAMA, 1994, 272 (24), 1932–1938. 3 Kiss, I., (ed.): Treatment of hypertension disease. [A hypertoniabetegség ellátása.] Hypertonia és Nephrologia, 2015

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és Csont, 2009, 12 (3), 103–107. [Hungarian] 15 Lakatos, P., Tóth, E., Szekeres, L., et al.: Efficiency of osteoporosis treatment in Hungary – an analysis of

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McMurray, J. J., Adamopoulos, S., Anker, S. D., et al.: ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic heart failure 2012: The Task Force for the Diagnosis and Treatment of

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, tapered tooth shape, and presence of dehiscence/fenestration are also common risk factors for gingival recession [ 10–12 ]. Orthodontic treatment is considered to be an iatrogenic factor that contributes to gingival recession [ 11 , 13 , 14

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