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Nadine M Vaninetti, David B Clarke, Deborah A Zwicker, Churn-Ern Yip, Barna Tugwell, Steve Doucette, Chris Theriault, Khaled Aldahmani, and Syed Ali Imran

group is generally referred to as ‘pituitary incidentalomas’ (PIs) ( 3 ). In a population-based study of SM, we previously reported an overall prevalence and standardized incidence rate (SIR) of 107/100,000 and 5.12 for all SMs, and subgroup analysis of

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Johanna Christina Penell, Mark M Kushnir, Lars Lind, Jonatan Bergquist, Jonas Bergquist, P Monica Lind, and Tord Naessen

concentrations have been presented for children ( 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 ), adolescents ( 18 ) and adults ( 13 , 14 , 16 , 17 , 19 , 20 ), sex-specific and age-specific population-based concentration are scarce, especially for elderly. In addition, there

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Xiang Hu, Qiao Zhang, Tian-Shu Zeng, Jiao-Yue Zhang, Jie Min, Sheng-Hua Tian, Hantao Huang, Miaomiao Peng, Nan Zhang, Mengjiao Li, Qing Wan, Fei Xiao, Yan Chen, Chaodong Wu, and Lu-Lu Chen

and probable cost increases of (pre)diabetes in Han Chinese over 40 years. Thus, we tentatively put forward that great consideration should be given to OGTT in detecting (pre)diabetes in this population. Further research of population-based prospective

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Yang Lv, Ning Pu, Wei-lin Mao, Wen-qi Chen, Huan-yu Wang, Xu Han, Yuan Ji, Lei Zhang, Da-yong Jin, Wen-Hui Lou, and Xue-feng Xu

( 6 ). Recently, a population-based multiple-centered study reported that rectal NECs accounted for only 3.56% of the gastroenteropancreatic NENs (GEP-NENs) in China ( 7 ). Given the rarity and the indolent process of the high-grade rectal NECs, the

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Dong Cen, Hui Liu, Zhe Wan, Zhongjie Lin, Yanting Wang, Junjie Xu, and Yuelong Liang

explore the clinicopathological features and survival outcomes of GB-NEN patients using a population-based study based on the SEER database. Materials and methods Data source The data in this study were from the SEER*Stat Database (version 8

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Liselot Koelman, Robin Reichmann, Claudia Börnhorst, Matthias B Schulze, Cornelia Weikert, Ronald Biemann, Berend Isermann, Andreas Fritsche, and Krasimira Aleksandrova

participants with elevated hs-CRP (≥ 10 mg/L), the associations with SSB and FLI were attenuated toward null (Supplementary Table 6). Discussion In this large population-based study, we explored potential determinants of elevated chemerin concentrations

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Jes Sloth Mathiesen, Jens Peter Kroustrup, Peter Vestergaard, Per Løgstrup Poulsen, Åse Krogh Rasmussen, Ulla Feldt-Rasmussen, Sten Schytte, Stefano Christian Londero, Henrik Baymler Pedersen, Christoffer Holst Hahn, Jens Bentzen, Sören Möller, Mette Gaustadnes, Maria Rossing, Finn Cilius Nielsen, Kim Brixen, Christian Godballe, and Danish Thyroid Cancer Group (DATHYRCA)

large population-based study recently proposed new TNM groupings for better discrimination of mortality risk among the stage groups ( 2 ). Application of the proposed TNM groupings to a data set from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results

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Jakob Kirkegård, Dora Körmendiné Farkas, Jens Otto Lunde Jørgensen, and Deirdre P Cronin-Fenton

association of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism diagnoses with the risk of gastrointestinal cancer has been evaluated for some, but not all, gastrointestinal cancers. We therefore conducted a population-based cohort study to examine the association between a

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Florian Schederecker, Alexander Cecil, Cornelia Prehn, Jana Nano, Wolfgang Koenig, Jerzy Adamski, Tanja Zeller, Annette Peters, and Barbara Thorand

prospective association of SHBG and androgens with all-cause as well as cause- specific mortality, adjusting for cardiometabolic and lifestyle factors among men and women in a large population-based study from Germany. Since SHBG is the major carrier protein

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Enrique Soto-Pedre, Paul J Newey, John S Bevan, and Graham P Leese

recently established by the Prolactin Epidemiology, Audit and Research Study (PROLEARS) – a population-based cohort study in Tayside (Scotland, UK) ( 2 ). This study showed an overall prevalence of hyperprolactinaemia (i.e. prolactin greater than 1000 U