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Breast cancer associations with mammographic density defined by higher pixel brightness thresholds (2016)Mammographic density has conventionally been defined as the area of the mammographic image of the breast that is white or bright, and is presumed to reflect differing amounts of fibroglandular breast tissues and fatty ...
The contribution of outdoor fungal spores to child and adolescent asthma hospitalisations: lung function and airway inflammation (2017)Outdoor fungal spores are among the most common aerobiological particles in the air we breathe. Although a limited number of outdoor fungal species are recognised as exacerbating agents of a number of allergic and respiratory ...
(2017)Chlamydia trachomatis is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection worldwide. In Australia, the community prevalence of urogenital chlamydia among women and men aged <30 years is 5.0% (95%CI: 3.1%,6.9%) and ...