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|An odontoid fracture and vertebral artery injury in fast-track |
|Off-Label Prothrombin Complex Concentrates: Buyer Be Careful! |
|Oil droplet cataracts can mimic retinal disease |
|Old maids: Aging and its impact on microglia function |
|Old vaccines for new infections: Exploiting innate immunity to control COVID-19 and prevent future pandemics. |
|Older Adults’ Intention to Socially Isolate Once COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Orders Are Replaced With “Safer-at-Home” Public Health Advisories: A Survey of Respondents in Maryland |
|Oligodendrocytes Support Neuronal Glutamatergic Transmission via Expression of Glutamine Synthetase |
|On the axial location of Gunn's dots |
|On the Move or Barely Moving? Age-Related Changes in Physical Activity, Sedentary, and Sleep Behaviors by Weekday/Weekend Following Pandemic Control Policies. |
|On the reactive states of astrocytes in prion diseases |
|One dose of COVID-19 nanoparticle vaccine REVC-128 provides protection against SARS-CoV-2 challenge at two weeks post immunization |
|The One Health approach to incident management of the 2019 Lassa fever outbreak response in Nigeria |
|One year effectiveness study of intravitreal aflibercept in neovascular age-related macular degeneration: a meta-analysis |
|One-Health: A safe, efficient, dual-use vaccine for humans and animals against middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus and rabies virus |
|One-third of patients with lupus nephritis classified as complete responders continue to accrue progressive renal damage despite resolution of proteinuria. |
|Online advertising and marketing claims by providers of proton beam therapy: Are they guideline-based? |
|An Online Educational Program for Individuals With Dissociative Disorders and Their Clinicians: 1-Year and 2-Year Follow-Up |
|The open abdomen in trauma and non-trauma patients: WSES guidelines |
|An open dataset of genome variation in 7,000 worldwide samples |
|Open vs Percutaneous Pedicle Instrumentation for Kyphosis Correction in Traumatic Thoracic and Thoracolumbar Spine Injuries. |
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