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The only study on the prevalence of ACL injuries in the general population has estimated the incidence as one case in 3,500 people, resulting in 95,000 new ACL ruptures a year, although the actual incidence may be hi...
The incidence of any dysplasia was 5.3% a year (0.9% a year for adenocarcinoma).
The incidence and clinical characteristics of adult-onset convergence insufficiency.
Research indicates that the incidence rates of obesity and IIH have increased steadily and in parallel since 1990.
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Hemorrhagic versus nonhemorrhagic presentations didn't statistically differ in the incidence of this long-term outcome.
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Incidence and risk factors ESCC is the most prevalent form of esophageal cancer worldwide, but its incidence varies among geographic regions.
Summary estimates were reported as incidence rates per 100 patient-years.
The incidence of and mortality from pneumonia and parapneumonic effusions continue to rise.
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