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Piera Rizzolo, Valentina Silvestri, Virginia Valentini, Veronica Zelli, Agostino Bucalo, Ines Zanna, Simonetta Bianchi, Maria Grazia Tibiletti, Antonio Russo, Liliana Varesco, Gianluca Tedaldi, Bernardo Bonanni, Jacopo Azzollini, Siranoush Manoukian, Anna Coppa, Giuseppe Giannini, Laura Cortesi, Alessandra Viel, Marco Montagna, Paolo Peterlongo, Paolo Radice, Domenico Palli, and Laura Ottini

women has been reported in some populations ( 18 , 19 , 20 ); however, more recent meta-analyses showed that there is no overall effect on FBC risk ( 21 , 22 , 23 ). In line with these meta-analysis studies, our study provides no evidence that CYP1B

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Stefan Pilz, Armin Zittermann, Christian Trummer, Verena Theiler-Schwetz, Elisabeth Lerchbaum, Martin H Keppel, Martin R Grübler, Winfried März, and Marlene Pandis

supplementation such as the Vitamin D Assessment (ViDA) Study in 5108 older individuals randomized to 2500 µg (100,000 IU) of vitamin D per month or placebo did not report on increased risk of fractures or falls ( 128 , 129 ). In line with this, a recent meta-analysis

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Unni Syversen, Mats Peder Mosti, Ida Maria Mynarek, Trude Seselie Jahr Vedal, Kristin Aasarød, Trude Basso, Janne E Reseland, Per Medbøe Thorsby, Bjorn O Asvold, Erik Fink Eriksen, and Astrid Kamilla Stunes

Introduction Several studies have demonstrated increased fracture risk in both type 1 and 2 diabetes (T1D and T2D). A meta-analysis by Shah et al. ( n  = 27,300) showed that subjects with T1D displayed a three-fold higher relative risk for

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Caroline Y Hayashi, Danilo T A Jaune, Cristiano C Oliveira, Bárbara P Coelho, Hélio A Miot, Mariângela E A Marques, José Vicente Tagliarini, Emanuel C Castilho, Carlos S P Soares, Flávia R K Oliveira, Paula Soares, and Gláucia M F S Mazeto

– 1346 . ( https://doi.org/10.1089/thy.2017.0500 ) 3 Bongiovanni M Spitale A Faquin WC Mazzucchelli L Baloch ZW . The Bethesda system for reporting thyroid cytopathology: a meta-analysis . Acta Cytologica 2012 56 333 – 339 ( https

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K Amrein, A Papinutti, E Mathew, G Vila, and D Parekh

. Vitamin D deficiency as a risk factor for infection, sepsis and mortality in the critically ill: systematic review and meta-analysis. Critical Care 2014 18 660 . ( https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-014-0660-4 ) 19 Parekh D Patel JM Scott A Lax S

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Lauren E Henke, John D Pfeifer, Thomas J Baranski, Todd DeWees, and Perry W Grigsby

follow-up and a large cohort ( 34 , 35 ). One weakness of this analysis is its retrospective nature; most studies of PTC are either retrospective or meta-analyses, given the relative rarity of the disease. In this study, all patients were treated

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Raymond J Rodgers, Jodie C Avery, Vivienne M Moore, Michael J Davies, Ricardo Azziz, Elisabet Stener-Victorin, Lisa J Moran, Sarah A Robertson, Nigel K Stepto, Robert J Norman, and Helena J Teede

clamp techniques showed that 75% of lean and 95% of obese women had IR compared to weight-matched controls ( 17 ). This was supported by a meta-analysis of clamp studies in PCOS where IR is clearly increased independently of BMI, yet, it is exacerbated

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Philippe Thuillier, Nathalie Roudaut, Geneviève Crouzeix, Marie Cavarec, Philippe Robin, Ronan Abgral, Véronique Kerlan, and Pierre-Yves Salaun

, explorations have to be discussed. In FDG PET–CT, TI may appear as a focal FDG uptake (fTI) or as diffuse thyroid uptake (dTI) of the thyroid parenchyma. A recent meta-analysis of thirty studies, mostly retrospective, found a prevalence of 1.6% and 2.1% for fTI

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David Koeckerling, Jeremy W Tomlinson, and Jeremy F Cobbold

discrepancies in the design of studies assessing survival, robust evidence indicates that fibrosis stage is the most relevant prognostic marker in NAFLD. Early mortality data was summarised by a meta-analysis demonstrating higher all-cause mortality for NAFLD

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M Jensterle, A Podbregar, K Goricar, N Gregoric, and A Janez

meta-analysis that was limited to small studies with short-term follow-up and heterogeneous study designs ( 3 , 20 ). Its impact was generally related to the magnitude of WR. Five per cent of weight loss with LSM was associated with the 2 mmol