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Correcting Deformities of the Aged Earlobe

Correcting for age and education: Good or bad?

Growth of Very Low Birth Weight Infants at 12 Months Corrected Age in Southern Brazil

An Approach for Correcting Mid Facial Aging With a Periosteal Hinge Flap

Modifications to an Approach for Correcting Midfacial Aging With a Periosteal Hinge Flap

Glycine Enhances Binding to the NMDA Receptor Complex in Aged Mice, But Does Not Correct the Aging Change

Plasma Fibronectin Levels and age-corrected Birth Weight in Hypertensive-normotensive Mothers and Their Newborns

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Iron-Deficiency Anemia in Very-Low-Birth-Weight Preterm Infants at 1 Year of Corrected Age

Superficial Enhanced Fluid Fat Injection (SEFFI) to Correct Volume Defects and Skin Aging of the Face and Periocular Region

Commentary on: Superficial Enhanced Fluid Fat Injection (SEFFI) to Correct Volume Defects and Skin Aging of the Face and Periocular Region

Should total landings be used to correct estimated catch in numbers or mean weight-at-age?

Validation of a new approach for mortality risk assessment in oesophagectomy for cancer based on age- and gender-corrected body mass index

F-026VALIDATION OF A NEW APPROACH FOR MORTALITY RISK ASSESMENT IN OESOPHAGECTOMY FOR CANCER BASED ON AGE- AND GENDER-CORRECTED BODY MASS INDEX

Potential Impact of Age- and Education-Corrected Scores on HRNB Score Patterns in Participants With Focal Brain Injury

Early Maternal Reflective Functioning and Infant Emotional Regulation in a Preterm Infant Sample at 6 Months Corrected Age

Energy determination of corn co-products fed to broiler chicks from 15 to 24 days of age, and use of composition analysis to predict nitrogen-corrected apparent metabolizable energy 1

 

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[Ge]

A conventional radiocarbon age that has been corrected for specific factors that can influence the recorded level of 14C in a sample, for example the reservoir effect (marine reservoir); industrial effect; or atomic bomb effect.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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