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Limor Appelbaum, M.D.

Concepts (25)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Carcinoma, Pancreatic Ductal1202012760.450 Why?
Electronic Health Records1202035550.290 Why?
Adenocarcinoma1202063650.250 Why?
Lip Neoplasms12014380.150 Why?
Radiosurgery1201912290.110 Why?
Brachytherapy1201412840.080 Why?
Radiation Injuries1201412870.080 Why?
Research Design1202056280.070 Why?
Reproducibility of Results12020188350.060 Why?
Carcinoma, Squamous Cell1201439230.050 Why?
Prostatic Neoplasms12019100610.040 Why?
Prostate1201913260.030 Why?
Radiometry120148150.020 Why?
Male320203419900.020 Why?
Radiotherapy Planning, Computer-Assisted1201414330.020 Why?
Humans320206553610.010 Why?
Female120203631150.010 Why?
Aged, 80 and over22019574720.010 Why?
Neoplasm Recurrence, Local1201981000.010 Why?
Cohort Studies12019369330.010 Why?
Aged220191559300.010 Why?
Adult220192051600.010 Why?
Middle Aged220192095910.010 Why?
Treatment Outcome12019587760.010 Why?
Retrospective Studies12014624750.010 Why?
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