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modified Rodnan skin score
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SSc (109 times)
dcSSc (32 times)
FVC (18 times)
2004 The health assessment questionnaire (HAQ) is strongly predictive of good outcome in early diffuse scleroderma: results from an analysis of two randomized controlled trials in early diffuse scleroderma.
modified Ramsay Sedation Scale score
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ERCP (2 times)
BIS (1 time)
MMT (1 time)
2016 Effects of midazolam or tramadol premedication on early cognitive function in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP): A randomized, controlled, double-blind study.
maximum Reynolds shear stress
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Biomedical Engineering
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IVC (1 time)
PIV (1 time)
SVC (1 time)
2016 An Experimental and Computational Study on the Effect of Caval Valved Stent Oversizing.
microRNA sample score
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ADC (1 time)
LCCs (1 time)
SqCC (1 time)
2011 Heterogeneity of large cell carcinoma of the lung: an immunophenotypic and miRNA-based analysis.
modified Rankin scale score
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BA (1 time)
VBD (1 time)
2007 Oligosymptomatic and giant basilar artery dolichoectasia discovered after a stroke: case report.
modified Rankin stroke scale
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AIS (1 time)
tPA (1 time)
2007 Mechanical thrombectomy with snare in patients with acute ischemic stroke.
modified Rodman total thickness skin score
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HSCT (1 time)
ILD (1 time)
SSc (1 time)
2018 Autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation for Japanese patients with systemic sclerosis: Long-term follow-up on a phase II trial and treatment-related fatal cardiomyopathy.