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Focus areas Using incidence and relative survival data to derive age- and sex-specific prevalence rates for any disease Modeling obesity in the community and developing the ability to estimate its impact on the various diseases for w...
Significance to patient care Although infection rates have fallen over the past 20 years, the incidence of 'superbugs' or bacteria that are multiresistant to many of the currently available antibiotics has increased.
We have extensive experience building and utilizing fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) probes on fresh and paraffin-embedded tissues to study the incidence, anatomic site and tumor type specificity, and prognostic value of a n...
The incidence of kidney stones in children is rising, though the reasons for this increase are unclear.
Labial frenectomy: Investigating the incidence of tight labial frenulum in newborns and whether or not releasing the frenulum would aid in successful breast-feeding.
Focus areas Epidemiological studies to further define the type and incidence of uveitis in Olmsted County, Minnesota Utilizing imaging techniques to improve the diagnosis and management of uveitis Developing and participating in clin...
Significance to patient care Esophageal adenocarcinoma is a lethal cancer with rapidly rising incidence.
We have characterized the incidence cohorts of Olmsted County, Minnesota residents diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease between 1940-2001.
., and its incidence is increasing.
At the same time, the immune system is more likely to be activated inappropriately, leading to increased incidence of autoimmune disease.
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