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F, Przybyl L, Haase N, Golic M, et al.
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by Jean-Franqois Millet, more usually --and less confusingly--known as Francisque Millet (Fig.
: Nugent 2, Gurvis 2, Naumowicz, Mailloux, Saeed, Leno, Markevych, Migus.
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et al., "IL-17-mediated oxidative stress is an important stimulator of AT1-AA and hypertension during pregnancy," American Journal of Physiology.
, "A review of manifestations of diabetes mellitus in the anterior eye and cornea," American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, vol.
(12) In another study by Gothwall and Herse
(10) including children between the ages of 8 and 18 years with low vision living in India, 55% of the patients presenting for rehabilitation were male.
So those who came for Marcus Herse
's solo show were primed for a suite of six long videos, projected larger-than-life on each of the gallery's three walls in loops of two, of the artist piloting his car through gridlock.
et al., "Circulating and placental growth-differentiation factor 15 in preeclampsia and in pregnancy complicated by diabetes mellitus," Hypertension, vol.
(8) La Herse
, "Courrier des Theatre," Le petit parisien, January 27, 1908, 4.