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Review Article Pages 26-29
Abstract: Congenital heart disease ranks first among mortality causes by birth defects in children under 5-years-old. In 2016, The World Health Organization informed that 9,274,915 children died due to heart anomalies. Congenital heart defects can have genetic causes, but can also result after exposure to several risk factors (i.e. environmental factors, maternal health and age). Prevention and screening are key measures for lowering mortality rate among infants with heart defects.
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Research Article Pages 22-25
Abstract: Sarcoidosis is an uncommon multi-system disease characterised by the development of granulomatous inflammation within affected tissues. The purpose of this study was first to redefine the incidence of sarcoidosis within a UK population and secondly to identify the potential cost to the National Health Service of provision of optimal treatment for all manifestations of the disease.
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