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Characteristics of oral cleft phenotypes : epidemiological and genetic studies in Norway
(The University of Bergen, 2007-11-02)
The surgical treatment of oral clefts in Norway has been centralized to two plastic surgery departments that have had well-organized data sets on their cleft patients since the early 1960’s. Since 1967, it has been ...
Understanding the child : A mental needs manual for caretakers in children’s homes
(Bjarte Sanne, 2008)
Giving adequate care for children in children’s homes (we prefer the expression “children’s home” to “orphanage”, since there are few institutions where all the children are real orphans) is very demanding and difficult. ...
Anxiety, depression and worklife : the Hordaland health study
(The University of Bergen, 2004-06-04)
“Sudden Death-Genetic Risk”: Living with the risk of serious arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death -A prospective multicenter-study on patient-reported outcomes in individuals with familial Long QT syndrome and Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy who received genetic investigation and counseling in Norway, 2005-2007.
(The University of Bergen, 2012-03-09)
Background: Patients with a clinical diagnosis or a family history of the two distinct entities Long QT syndrome (LQTS) and Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) have a higher genetically based risk of serious arrhythmias ...
Associations of perinatal conditions with adult body sizeand intelligence : a register-based cohort study in Norway 1967-1999
(The University of Bergen, 2005-12-20)
Mentale problemer som følge av alvorlig emosjonell omsorgssvikt
(Bjarte Sanne, 2006)
Background: Adoption of children from non-Western countries is very common. Many of these children experience severe emotional deprivation before adoption, often causing extensive problems for the child and considerable ...
Attributable fractions used for partitioning risk and evaluating disease prevention. Concepts, estimation, interpretation and presentation
(The University of Bergen, 2008-04-18)
Background: In medical research some fundamental tasks are to study potential harmful exposures that may give increased risk of getting some disease, potential beneficial treatments that may increase chance of recovering ...
Effect of an antepartum Pap smear on the coverage of a cervical cancer screening programme: a population-based prospective study
(BioMed Central, 2007-01-23)
Background: Almost one-third of Norwegian women aged 25–69 years invited to have a Pap smear do not attend during the recommended period, and thus constitute a population with high-risk of cervical cancer (CC). Since ...
Anxiety and depression in the general population : issues related to assessment, comorbidity, and risk factors
(The University of Bergen, 2004-06-18)