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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
knee-thigh-hip
(15 times)
Traumatology
(13 times)
FE (4 times)
CIREN (3 times)
AIS (2 times)
2002 The tolerance of the human hip to dynamic knee loading.
keratinized tissue height
(9 times)
Dentistry
(8 times)
CAF (6 times)
CAL (5 times)
PPD (4 times)
2007 Coronally positioned flap for treatment of restored root surfaces: a 6-month clinical evaluation.
Khyber Teaching Hospital
(9 times)
Medicine
(3 times)
HMC (2 times)
MRSA (2 times)
VAS (2 times)
2013 "Addressing the impact of stroke risk factors in a case control study in tertiary care hospitals": a case control study in Tertiary Care Hospitals of Peshawar, Khyber Phukhtoonkhwa (KPK) Pakistan.
Kidney-Tonifying herbs
(2 times)
Complementary Therapies
(2 times)
BDP (1 time)
HPA (1 time)
SDA (1 time)
1994 [Research on effect of kidney tonifying herbs on senile neuroendocrine-immunity].
Khartoum Teaching Hospital
(1 time)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
(1 time)
--- 1997 AIDS and HIV infection in Sudanese children: a clinical and epidemiological study.
Khmer traditional healers
(1 time)
Pharmacology
(1 time)
--- 2017 Treatment and management of liver diseases by Khmer traditional healers practicing in Phnom Penh area, Cambodia.
kicks to the head
(1 time)
Immune System Diseases
(1 time)
KTB (2 times)
CK (1 time)
NSE (1 time)
2015 Should an increase in cerebral neurochemicals following head kicks in full contact karate influence return to play?
Kicks to the head and body group
(1 time)
Immune System Diseases
(1 time)
KTB (2 times)
CK (1 time)
NSE (1 time)
2015 Should an increase in cerebral neurochemicals following head kicks in full contact karate influence return to play?
knee-thigh-hip complex
(1 time)
Traumatology
(1 time)
NASS (1 time)
PMHS (1 time)
2006 Derivation and theoretical assessment of a set of biomechanics-based, AIS2+ risk equations for the knee-thigh-hip complex.