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Liza Marie Swedarsky, M.D.

Concepts (13)

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The timeline below shows the dates (blue tick marks) of publications associated with Liza Swedarsky's top concepts. The average publication date for each concept is shown as a red circle, illustrating changes in the primary topics that Liza Swedarsky has written about over time.
Anemia, 1 publications between 1972 and 1972, average publication date March 1972. Blood Specimen Collection, 1 publications between 1972 and 1972, average publication date March 1972. Hemoglobins, 1 publications between 1972 and 1972, average publication date March 1972. Humans, 2 publications between 1972 and 2008, average publication date May 1990. Adult, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Estrogens, Conjugated (USP), 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Female, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Gynatresia, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Hysteroscopy, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Middle Aged, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Postoperative Care, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Retrospective Studies, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008. Tissue Adhesions, 1 publications between 2008 and 2008, average publication date June 2008.

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.