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Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome
(330 times)
Genetics, Medical
(93 times)
7-DHC (90 times)
DHCR7 (53 times)
Chol (10 times)
1987 [Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome: evaluation of the correlations between individual traits as an approach to the study of heterogeneity].
short length of stay
(2 times)
Neoplasms
(2 times)
FN (2 times)
KID (2 times)
AOM (1 time)
2015 Hospital discharges for fever and neutropenia in pediatric cancer patients: United States, 2009.
surgical length of stay
(2 times)
General Surgery
(2 times)
CABG (1 time)
COAP (1 time)
HP (1 time)
2004 Health status and social risk correlates of extended length of stay following coronary artery bypass surgery.
severity-adjusted average length of stay
(1 time)
Health Services Research
(1 time)
ALOS (1 time)
1997 Severity adjustment for length of stay: is it always necessary?
short postoperative LOS
(1 time)
Cardiology
(1 time)
CVA (1 time)
HL (1 time)
PLOS (1 time)
2018 Performance of The Society of Thoracic Surgeons 2008 Cardiac Risk Models for Major Postoperative Complications after Heart Valve Surgery in a Chinese Population: A Multicenter Study.
single line-of-sight
(1 time)
Biomedical Engineering
(1 time)
--- 2018 Sub-nanosecond single line-of-sight (SLOS) x-ray imagers (invited).
spontaneously
(1 time)
Genetics
(1 time)
DMRs (1 time)
LOS/AOS (1 time)
2022 Spontaneous and ART-induced large offspring syndrome: similarities and differences in DNA methylome.
subsequent length of in-hospital stay
(1 time)
AMI (1 time)
HR (1 time)
PAV (1 time)
2020 Associations between Subsequent Hospitalizations and Primary Ambulatory Services Utilization within the First Year after Acute Myocardial Infarction and Long-Term Mortality.