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Which image modality is best for diagnosing myocardial ischemia?

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mpMRI tops biopsy for identifying aggressive apical prostate cancer

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Patient participation in hand hygiene initiatives should not be seen as a threat

Almost half of physicians feel patients should not be offering reminders to perform hand hygiene.

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UK has witnessed a marked decline in colorectal cancer deaths
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UK has witnessed a marked decline in colorectal cancer deaths

Trend attributed to screening programmes and better treatments.

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Zika infection can cause life-threatening neurologic disease in adults

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Oropharyngeal cancer: TORS best without adjuvant therapy

Adjuvant therapy lowers QoL without improving clinical outcome.

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Triggers, risk factors for recrudescence of stroke deficits identified

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HNSCC: neutrophil count predicts post-RT survival

A higher baseline neutrophil count correlates with poor OS, CSS and DC.

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HNSCC: is upfront dissection before RT beneficial?

The benefits of upfront ND in patients with HNSCC are controversial.

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Neurological Disorders: Monthly Essentials August 2017

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