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Selection of key community descriptors for community-oriented primary care

Evaluation of a primary school drug drama project: methodological issues and key findings

Anti-phospholipase A2 receptor antibodies in primary membranous nephropathy—10 key points

Harmonized patient-reported data elements in the electronic health record: supporting meaningful use by primary care action on health behaviors and key psychosocial factors

Long-term antiretroviral therapy initiated during primary HIV-1 infection is key to achieving both low HIV reservoirs and normal T cell counts

A comprehensive framework and key guideline recommendations for the provision of evidence-based breast cancer survivorship care within the primary care setting

3.N. Regular workshop: Finding and Implementing ‘Best’ Child Primary Health Care - Key Themes in the new MOCHA Project Organised by: Child and Adolescnet Public Health Section

3.N. Regular workshop: Finding and Implementing ‘Best’ Child Primary Health Care - Key Themes in the new MOCHA Project

Role of photosynthesis and analysis of key enzymes involved in primary metabolism throughout the lifespan of the tobacco flower

Prevalence of diabetic nephropathy in primary care type 2 diabetic patients with hypertension: data from the Korean Epidemiology Study on Hypertension III (KEY III study)

298 Mitral valve repair is the key in surgical treatment of primary dilated cardiomyopathy with heart failure

A27Primary tumor site (pTS) as a key factor in adjuvant treatment decision in resected N+ colorectal cancer patients

Analysis of natural variants of the hepatitis C virus internal ribosome entry site reveals that primary sequence plays a key role in cap-independent translation

P-310Primary tumor site (pTS) as a key factor in influencing differential outcome in resected colorectal cancer patients treated with adjuvant XELOX/FOLFOX6

 

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A key that uniquely identifies each row of a table in a relational database. It may be composed of one or more columns and must not have the value null. Tables do not need to have primary keys, and indeed they are no more significant than other keys in the relational database model. Rather, they are an indication to the database management system of a good way to identify each row. Some DBMSs insist they be present for some operations.

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