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    Acute necrotizing encephalopathy ( ANE) is a rare but distinctive type of acute encephalopathy with global distribution. Occurrence of ANE is usually preceded by a virus-associated febrile illness and ensued by rapid deterioration. However, the causal relationship between viral infections and ANE and the exact pathogenesis of ANE remain unclear ...

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    The direct health costs increased by 50% during the last decade and reached euro1.526bn in 2017, a staggering 9.6 % of Europe's GDP. As current therapies rarely cure, but merely fight symptoms, never-ending treatment is required, which means diminished quality-of-life, adverse effects and soaring cost for society.

  3. Apr 01, 2007 · According to vital statistics for 2016 (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Statistics Bureau 2016), suffocation accounted for > 80% of accidental infant deaths, which is the...

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  5. May 01, 2001 · Subjects, methods, and results In the research phase of the national suicide prevention project in Finland all deaths between 1 April 1987 and 31 March 1988 that were officially classified as ...

  6. Nov 01, 2005 · The resulting loss of ATP leads to the necrotic cell death induced by DGA. The renal histopathology from DEG is a severe cortical necrosis localized to the PT cells (Ferarri and Giannuzzi, 2005;...

  7. May 01, 1992 · Follow up of draft death entries received by the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys on which one of 11 medical or external causes likely to be related to HIV was stated; letters were sent ...