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Decreasing prevalence in cerebral palsy: a multi-site European population-based study, 1980 to 2003.

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DOCTORS' VIEWS ABOUT EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE WITH REGARD TO GENDER, ETHNICITY, AND DISABILITY

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UK-Trained Doctors' Early Career Choices and Career Progression in Individual Surgical Specialties

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Cerebral palsy registers and high-quality data: An evaluation of completeness of the 4 Child register using capture-recapture techniques

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Children with cerebral palsy: severity and trends over time.

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Recent trends in visual impairment and blindness in the UK.

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SCPE work, standardization and definition--an overview of the activities of SCPE: a collaboration of European CP registers.

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