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In this study close cooperation between general practice and out patient clinic made it possible to establish earlier diagnosis of serious disease using advanced diagnostic methods on patients seen only in general practice. However, the cooperation established in an attempt to diagnose gastric...
During a three month period 186 Danish general practitioners recorded 97 children with urticaria. No significant difference in frequency relating to sex was found. In 88 per cent of the cases the reason for contact was pruritus and exanthema. Patients did not appear to attend the practitioner on...
Out-patient-clinic blood pressure (OPC-BP) was compared to blood pressure taken at home (Home-BP) measured three times daily during a two week period in 66 consecutively referred hypertensive subjects. A semi-automatic manometer was used (TM-101) which included a microphone for detection of...
The clinical diagnoses in all 88 cases of monoclonal gammopathy, detected by general practitioners in Northern Jutland during a 3-year period, were investigated: 15% had malignant monoclonal gammopathy, 5% had non-haematologic cancers, and in 80% a benign disorder was found. These results...
Seasonal variation in blood pressure was examined in 801 males of age 50 years and over. Systolic and diastolic pressures revealed significant seasonal patterns with peaks in spring and late autumn and troughs in mid-winter and summer. The blood pressure data standardized for age and body weight...
The diagnostic value of typing and quantitation of immunoglobulins were investigated in 88 persons with monoclonal gammopathy diagnosed in general practice. Of the 88 persons, 13 had malignant monoclonal gammopathy (MMG) and 75 monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS). IgG was...
With the aid of a continuity index ( K ), ranged from 0 to 100% and previously described, a comparison has been made in a primary care district before and after the opening of a new health care centre. An organization with health care teams seems to have contributed to a considerable improvement...
This report describes the development in dental health in the children and young adult population in Denmark. Based on national as well as selected survey epidemiological data, the improvement in the dental caries situation is illustrated. Over a decade a reduction of about 50% in dental caries...
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