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incidence of tuberculosis in olmsted county, minnesota, 1990-2001.to describe and compare the incidence and clinical characteristics of tuberculosis in olmsted county, minnesota, among us-born and foreign-born persons.200415359465
detection of cytomegalovirus dna in dried blood spots of minnesota infants who do not pass newborn hearing screening.up to 15% of infants with asymptomatic congenital cytomegalovirus (cmv) infection will experience some degree of sensorineural hearing loss. many infants who fail newborn hearing screening (nhs) are likely to have congenital cmv infection, but may escape definitive virologic identification because diagnostic evaluation may not commence until several weeks or months of age, making differentiation between congenital and postnatal cmv infection difficult. early diagnosis linking virologic identific ...200919820425
correlates of energy intake and body mass index among homeless children in minnesota.this study evaluated environmental, personal, and behavioral correlates of bmi-for-age percentiles, dietary intake (kilocalories, carbohydrates, protein, fat, and food guide pyramid food groups), and physical activity variables among homeless children.201323705886
incidence, epidemiology, and treatment of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage in 12 midwest communities.only 8 studies have investigated the incidence and epidemiology of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (asah) in the united states. this is the first investigation in indiana, which has some of the highest rates of tobacco smoking and obesity in the nation. the authors prospectively identified 441 consecutive patients with asah from 2005 to 2010 at 2 hospitals where the majority of cases are treated. incidence calculations were based on us census populations. epidemiologic variables included demo ...201424144595
use of restorative procedures by allied dental health professionals in minnesota.in 2003, the minnesota legislature revised the dental practice act to include restorative procedures in the scope of practice for registered dental assistants (rdas) and registered dental hygienists (rdhs). the authors examined these practitioners' characteristics and made comparisons on the basis of their use of restorative function (rf) training and their practices' locations. they also examined practice type, models of implementation and perceived outcomes.201425270703
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