population distributions of PSA were calibrated according to the population of the United Kingdom, age-related PSA reference intervals in the United Kingdom were adapted, such that men 45-54, 55-69, and 70-84 years of age were recommended for a biopsy if their PSA was >3, 4, or 5 [micro]g/L, respectively.
This paper tests the hypothesis that the recent fall in fertility is due solely to changes in age-specific
first-birth rates, resulting both from delayed parenthood and increased levels of childlessness.
Arrest Rates and Race-Specific Arrest Rates
As well, the need for staff training regarding seniors' age-specific
needs was also cited.
Approximately 4,000 post-mortem examinations were re-examined to find the age-specific
By applying the relative risks from their study to age-specific
incidence rates typical for developed countries around 1990, they estimated that if each woman in the developed world had 6.
Some of these essays are rather age-specific
(Bradway says she is in her 40s) and might not seem to appeal directly to high school students unless they too, for instance, have been deeply affected by the work of Jack Kerouac or John Mellencamp.
Search criteria have been expanded and refined to allow easier access to age-specific
or subject-related lesson plans and other haringkids features.
structured encounter forms for well-child examinations have been shown to improve thoroughness of documentation among pediatric house staff.
There are 15 ways of teaching shooting, but we want to be even more age-specific
The curriculum's strength, she says, is that it is age-specific
and lectionary-based, rather than topic-based.
Forty-plus faces need more help than younger "slap-it-on-and-see" skins, and age-specific
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