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  • Patterns and predictors of falls and their consequences in extreme old age 

    Fleming, Jane (Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge, 2007-02-13)
    $\textbf{BACKGROUND AND AIMS}$ Falls in old age can have serious consequences. The impact on health and social care is growing as the older population increases, but there are few data on falling amongst the “oldest old”. ...
  • Utilisation of novel magnetic resonance imaging features in the diagnosis and understanding of multiple sclerosis 

    Mistry, Niraj (Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge, 2016)
    There is no single test clinically available that is independently diagnostic for multiple sclerosis (MS). Currently MS is diagnosed using a combination of clinical evaluation and investigations including magnetic resonance ...
  • Modulation of neutrophil degranulation by hypoxia 

    Hoenderdos, Kim (2015-02-03)
    Neutrophils are key effector cells of the innate immune system. They employ a number of powerful ‘weapons’ to eliminate pathogens, including an array of destructive proteins packaged into distinctive granule subsets. In ...
  • The effects of stroke on the skeleton 

    Poole, Kenneth (2006-02-14)
    Stroke is now a well-recognised risk factor for hip fracture. The aim of this study was to elucidate the pathophysiological mechanisms by which hip bone loss occurs in hemiplegia and to test the efficacy of a novel ...

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