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Observations on the Umaria marine bed
10 years of hearing conservation in the Royal Air Force
Chocolate crumb - dairy ingredient for milk chocolate
Effect of daily gelatin ingestion on human scalp hair
Comparison of rice bran and maize bran as feeds for growing and fattening pigs
The composition of pampas-grass (Cortaderia argentea.)
The Accraian Series:
The mechanism of the Liebermann-Burchard reaction of sterols and triterpenes and their esters
Cerebrovascular Doppler ultrasound studies (cv-Doppler)
Toria: PT-303 - first national variety
Hair growth promoting activity of tridax procumbens
Productivity of Pekin x Khaki Campbell ducks
A stable cytosolic expression of VH antibody fragment directed against PVY NIa protein in transgenic potato plant confers partial protection against the virus
Solar treatment of wheat loose smut
Swimmers itch in the Lake of Garda
Bactofugation and the Bactotherm process
The effects of prefrontal lobotomy on aggressive behavior in dogs
Visual rating scales for screening whorl-stage corn for resistance to fall armyworm
Breakdown of seamounts at the trench axis, viewed from gravity anomaly
Kooken; pennsylvania's toughest cave
Recovery of new dinosaur and other fossils from the Early Cretaceous Arundel Clay facies (Potomac Group) of central Maryland, U.S.A
Zubor horny (Bison bonasus) v prirodnych podmienkach Slovensku
The extended Widal test in the diagnosis of fevers due to Salmonella infection
Hair of the american mastodon indicates an adaptation to a semi aquatic habitat

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Tl-201 chloride and Tc-99m MIBI accumulation in lung adenocarcinoma in patients with and without distant metastases
, Clinical Nuclear Medicine 26(9): 751-756 (2001)

Tl-201 chloride bone marrow uptake in a patient with minor thalassemia
, Clinical Nuclear Medicine 19(9): 822-823 (1994)

Tl-201 imaging in the diagnostic work-up of squamous cell carcinoma metastasis of unknown primary origin
, Clinical Nuclear Medicine 27(5): 385-386 (2002)

Tl-201 scintigraphy, mammography and ultrasonography in the evaluation of palpable and nonpalpable breast lesions: a correlative study
, European Journal of Radiology 24(2): 145-154 (1997)

Tl-201 uptake and retention in a Warthin's tumor
, Annals of Nuclear Medicine 10(3): 335-338 (1996)

Tl-201 uptake in bone and soft tissue involvement of sarcoidosis
, Clinical Nuclear Medicine 26(6): 499-501 (2001)

Tl-201 uptake in pulmonary Mycobacterium avium complex infection
, Clinical Nuclear Medicine 20(9): 835-836 (1995)

Tl-Pt(CN)5 in the solid state--A multimethod study of an unusual compound containing inorganic wires
, Chemistry 7(10): 2167-2177 (2001)

Tl1Can-1CunO2n+3(n=1,2,3): A new class of crystal structures exhibiting volume superconductivity at up to
, Physical Review Letters 61(6): 750-753 (1988)

Tl2+ EPR study of the dynamics of the proton-glass transition in Rb1-x(NH4)xH2PO4
, Physical Review. B Condensed Matter 43(4): 2511-2518 (1991)

Tl2Te and its relationship with Tl5Te3
, Acta Crystallographica. Section C Crystal Structure Communications 58(Pt 5): I63-I65 (2002)

TlF and PbO under High Pressure: Unexpected Persistence of the Stereochemically Active Electron Pair This work was supported by the Swedish National Science Research Council (NFR) and the Göran Gustafsson Foundation
, Angewandte Chemie 40(24): 4624-4629 (2001)

Tlag1, a novel murine tumor susceptibility gene that regulates MNU-induced thymic lymphoma development
, Progress in Clinical and Biological Research 395: 23-32 (1996)

TmDOTA-: a sensitive probe for MR thermometry in vivo
, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 151(1): 101-106 (2001)

Tmd
, Journal of the American Dental Association 128(2): 145-146 (1997)

Tmj
, Journal of the American Dental Association 128(10): 1356 1358 (1997)

Tmtacn, tacn, and triammine complexes of (eta 6-arene)OsII: syntheses, characterizations, and photosubstitution reactions (tmtacn = 1,4,7-trimethyl-1,4,7-triazacyclononane; tacn = 1,4,7-triazacyclononane)
, Inorganic Chemistry 40(4): 593-600 (2001)

Tn 10 transposition in vivo: temporal separation of cleavages at the two transposon ends and roles of terminal basepairs subsequent to interaction of ends
, Embo Journal 13(14): 3401-3411 (1994)

Tn10 and IS10 transposition and chromosome rearrangements: mechanism and regulation in vivo and in vitro
, Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 204: 49-82 (1996)

Tn10 insertional mutagenesis in Pasteurella multocida
, Veterinary Microbiology 50(1-2): 143-148 (1996)

Tn4351-generated non-haemolytic and/or non-pigmented mutants of Porphyromonas gingivalis
, Microbios 95(380): 35-44 (1998)

Tn4371: A modular structure encoding a phage-like integrase, a Pseudomonas-like catabolic pathway, and RP4/Ti-like transfer functions
, Plasmid 41(1): 40-54 (1999)

Tn4560 transposition in Streptomyces ansochromogenes and its application for cloning of genes involved in nikkomycin biosynthesis
, Wei Sheng Wu Xue Bao 42(1): 11-18 (2002)

Tn5 mutagenesis and the characteristics of indole-3-acetic acid biosynthesis in Alcaligenes faecalis A1501
, Wei Sheng Wu Xue Bao 40(5): 551-555 (2000)

Tn5 tagging of the phenol-degrading gene on the chromosome of Pseudomonas putida
, Molecules and Cells 7(1): 40-44 (1997)

Tn5-Mob transposon mediated transfer of salt tolerance and symbiotic characteristics between Rhizobia genera
, Chinese Journal of Biotechnology 9(3): 137-141 (1993)

Tn5-mutagenesis of the styrene-degrading strain Pseudomonas sp. Y2. Analysis of transformation products and DNA-scopy of the mutants obtained
, Prikladnaia Biokhimiia i Mikrobiologiia 30(1): 55-63 (1994)

Tn611 transposon mutagenesis in Mycobacterium smegmatis using a temperature-sensitive delivery system
, Methods in Molecular Biology 101: 187-198 (1998 )

Tn7-mediated mutagenesis of Saccharomyces cerevisiae genomic DNA in vitro
, Methods in Enzymology 350: 230-247 (2002)

Tn916 transposition in Haemophilus influenzae Rd: preferential insertion into noncoding DNA
, Microbial and Comparative Genomics 2(4): 313-321 (1997)

Tn917-lac mutagenesis of Streptococcus mutans to identify environmentally regulated genes
, Fems Microbiology Letters 182(1): 149-154 (2000)

Tnat1 and Tnat2 from Arabidopsis thaliana: novel transposable elements with tandem repeat sequences
, Dna Research: An International Journal for Rapid Publication of Reports on Genes and Genomes 7(1): 1-7 (2000)

Tnf
, Gan to Kagaku Ryoho. Cancer and ChemoTherapy 24(11): 1486-1494 (1997)

Tnr8, a foldback transposable element from rice
, Genes and Genetic Systems 75(6): 327-333 (2000)

Tntraoperative vesical pressure measurements as a guide in the closure of abdominal wall defects
, American Surgeon 62(3): 192-196 (1996)

To 'dex' or not to 'dex'. A descriptive account of corticosteroid use in palliative medicine
, Australian Family Physician 25(5): 713-715 (1996)

To 'e' or not to 'e'
, Australian Veterinary Journal 79(3): 170 (2001)

To 5D and beyond: quantitative fluorescence microscopy in the postgenomic era
, Traffic 3(1): 29-36 (2002)

To AC or not to AC: that is the question
, Journal of Nuclear Medicine: Official Publication Society of Nuclear Medicine 40(12): 2025-2028 (1999)

To AZT or not to AZT
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 18(10): 29-30 (1993)

To America's health: A proposal to reform the food and drug administration
, Nature Medicine 6(9): 963-964 (2000)

To America, to America, to West Virginia!
, West Virginia Medical Journal 97(4): 209-210 (2001)

To BSE or not to BSE? That is the question
, Canadian Journal of Public Health 84(1): 66 69 (1993)

To BSc or not to BSc...?
, Medical Education 35(6): 609 (2001)

To BTE or not BTE: that is the question
, Clinical Oncology ) 13(4): 311-313 (2001)

To Bedlam and Past Way Back: Anne Sexton, her therapy tapes, and the meaning of privacy
, UCLA women's law journal 2(1): 165-221 (1992)

To Begin Again
, American Journal of Therapeutics 1(1): 3 (1994)

Anogenital distance and reproductive outcomes in 9- to 11-year-old boys: the INMA-Granada cohort study
, Andrology 6(6): 874-881 (2018)

To C or not to C: these are the questions in renal transplantation
, Transplantation 69(7): 1236-1237 (2000)

To CON or not to CON
, Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia 87(1): 14 (1998)

To Caesar Caesar's...
, Revue Neurologique 155(11): 971 (1999)

To Caesar what is Caesar's
, Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia 41(1): 74-75 (1994)

To DEET or not to DEET?
, Time 158(5): 68 (2001)

To Dar and back
, Ons News 9(8): 5 (1994)

To Di for
, Nursing Times 94(34): 12 (1998)

To Dr. Louis Lasagna, professor of clinical pharmacology, with admiration and respect
, Medicina Clinica 109(1): 27-30 (1997)

To E or not to E
, Archives of Internal Medicine 159(20): 2485 (1999)

To E or not to E--how do we tell?
, Circulation 98(25): 2785-2787 (1998)

To E or not to E: how much is the question
, Health News 5(15): 3 (1999)

To E or not to E?
, Allergy 54(Suppl): 12-13 (1999)

To ERCP or not to ERCP? That is the question
, Surgical Endoscopy 7(5): 375-376 (1993)

To ERR in the estrogen pathway
, Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism: Tem 13(5): 220-225 (2002)

To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System in 1999
, Frontiers of Health Services Management 18(1): 1-2 (2001)

To GpIb or not to GpIb
, Blood 92(1): 339-340 (1998)

To HITH or not to HITH: making a decision about establishing hospital in the home
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 24(2): 179-186 (2001)

To Hermann Zondek on the occasion of his 85th birthday (September 4, 1972)
, Korot 6(1-2): 131-132 (1972)

To Honor Hideyo Noguchi: 1876-1928
, Brazilian journal of infectious diseases: an official publication of the Brazilian Society of Infectious Diseases 2(3): 164-169 (1998)

To IPD or not to IPD? Advantages and disadvantages of systematic reviews using individual patient data
, Evaluation and the Health Professions 25(1): 76-97 (2002)

To Lap or Not to Lap
, Oncologist 1(3): 120-124 (1996)

To MELD or not to MELD?
, Hepatology 34(1): 215-216 (2001)

To MTBE or not to MTBE
, Environmental Health Perspectives 102(11): 913 (1994)

To Matrix, Network, or Hierarchy: That Is the Question
, Cognitive Psychology 42(2): 158-216 (2001)

To Maximize or Not to Maximize the Free Energy of Glassy Systems
, Physical Review Letters 74(17): 3463-3466 (1995)

To Moscow
, Hastings Center Report 23(3): 46 (1993)

To Nowhere
, Annals of Internal Medicine 133(8): 655 (2000)

To P32 or not to P32, that is the question
, Gynecologic Oncology 50(2): 139-140 (1993)

To PAC or not to PAC, that is the question
, Administrative Radiology: Ar 8(5): 35-37 (1989)

To PEEP or not to PEEP?
, Archives of Disease in Childhood. Fetal and Neonatal Edition 70(3): F209-F212 (1994)

To Professor Dr. Klaus Danzer on his 65th birthday
, Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry 370(6): 671-672 (2001)

To Professor Ramón Castroviejo (1904-1987)
, Archivos de la Sociedad Espanola de Oftalmologia 75(2): 129-130 (2000)

To Ronald Smith, it's all a matter of balance
, Texas Hospitals 42(1): 10-12 (1986)

To Russia with cling film
, Nursing Times 95(18): 35 (1999)

To Russia with love ... from N.E.H.A. (National Executive Housekeepers Association)
, Executive Housekeeping Today 16(1): 3-5 (1995)

To Russia, with love
, American Journal of Nursing 94(6): 44-45 (1994)

To SIRS with love
, Critical Care Medicine 26(1): 178-179 (1998)

To Scotland's good health
, Nursing Times 97(44): 29 (2001)

To South Sudan with operation lifeline Sudan and UNICEF
, Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London 33(3): 276-279 (1999)

To T or not to T, that is the question
, Clinical Chemistry 43(3): 421-423 (1997)

To Teach Them This Art
, Oncologist 1(6): VII-VIII (1996)

To Teach or Not
, Plant Cell 5(6): 600-601 (1993)

To Tilt or Not to Tilt, That is the Question?
, Journal of Invasive Cardiology 9(9): 604-605 (1997)

To Wenckebach: a centenary salute
, Texas Heart Institute Journal 26(1): 8-11 (1999)

To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail
, Bmj 306(6882): 937 (1993)

To a safer place? Victims of sexual abuse by females and their disclosures to professionals
, Child Abuse and Neglect 27(1): 47-61 (2003)

To abandon or not abandon: antesigmoid craniotomy with retrolabyrinthine vestibular nerve section
, Ear Nose and Throat Journal 75(2): 90-93 (1996)

To abort or not to abort: whose decision is it?
, Crux 12(4): 22-24 (1974)

To achieve a rational distribution of population: the experience of Taiwan
, Zi you Zhongguo Zhi Gong Ye 65(3): 13-30 (1986)

To address the world from a political perspective
, Nursing Management 3(3): 3 (1996)

To adjust or not to adjust census data?
, Cahiers Quebecois de Demographie 18(2): 247-256 (1989)

To admit or not to admit: high-acuity residents are high reimbursement risks
, Contemporary Longterm Care 22(8): 23 (1999)

To advance energetically the uses of medical imaging techniques in clinical ophthalmology
, Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology 33(2): 83-84 (1997)

To advance the scientific base of nursing practice: the electronic library
, Reflections 20(2): 8 (1994)

To advise the patient whenever consultation with an optometric colleague or reference for other professional care seems advisable
, Journal of the American Optometric Association 65(6): 400 (1994)

To afford high-quality health care, technology assessment is a must
, American College of Physicians Observer 4(8): 5 (1984)

To aid small hospitals 'swing-bed' project funded by foundation
, American Medical News 25(9): 34 (1982)

To air is human, to prevent is divine
, Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis 36(4): 319 (1995)

To all doctors--an open letter
, South African Medical Journal 88(11): 1395 (1998)

To all members
, Canadian Respiratory Journal 9(3): 161-164 (2002)

To all who live and die in poverty or who suffer from observing it. An open letter on an ethic of humanity
, Journal of Palliative Care 16(1): 3-4 (2000)

To almost play with symptoms--nursing care in the tension field between challenge and alleviation
, Vard i Norden 13(4): 9-10 (1993)

To anticipate is also to be a bit biased
, Epidemiologia E Prevenzione 22(4): 193-194 (1998)

To anticoagulate or not to anticoagulate? That is no longer the question
, Heart Disease and Stroke: a Journal for Primary Care Physicians 2(6): 461-463 (1993)

To anyone morally perplexed about the politics of US health care
, Health Care Analysis: Hca: Journal of Health Philosophy and Policy 3(1): 68-70 (1995)

To applicability of foreign medical radiographic films during various chemophotographic treatments
, Vestnik Rentgenologii i Radiologii 2000(3): 60-62 (2000)

To argue about terminology is unproductive. If the psychiatric care reform is to be successful, coordination of psychiatric and social measures is needed
, Lakartidningen 96(13): 1544-1545 (1999)

Anogenital distance and variability in semen parameters
, Systems Biology in Reproductive Medicine 64(1): 71-79 (2018)

To ask or not to ask: personnel selection practices: applications and interviews
, American Libraries 9(3): 141-143 (1978)

To augment or not to augment?
, Acta Orthopaedica Belgica 60(2): 135-136 (1994)

To avoid adding disabilities to disabilities
, Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 2000(651): 53 (2000)

To avoid cerebral ileus in abdominal ileus
, Journal de Radiologie 77(12): 1167-1169 (1996)

To avoid complications, treatment of meningitis should follow the guidelines and be reevaluated at 48 hours
, Presse Medicale 29(16): 1465 (2000)

To avoid "transient neurologic symptoms"--the search continues
, Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine 25(3): 215-217 (2000)

To bag or not to bag? Manual hyperinflation in intensive care
, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 14(5): 239-243 (1998)

To ban or not to ban?
, Time 149(24): 66 (1997)

To ban or not to ban? - that is the question
, Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 28(2): 139-142 (1998)

To bathe or not to bathe: that is the question
, Journal of Gerontological Nursing 20(9): 53-54 (1994)

To be B or not to be B--is that the question?
, Texas Heart Institute Journal 29(1): 1-2 (2002)

To be HBV, or not to be; non-A, non-B is in question
, Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 16(1): 108-109 (1993)

To be a Christian in nursing
, Christian Nurse International 12(4): 8 (1996)

To be a European citizen and a professional in today's society: what does it mean?
, Soins. Formation Pedagogie Encadrement: Avec la Participation du Ceeiec 1998(27): 3-5 (1998)

To be a big shot or to be shot: Zing-Yang Kuo's other career
, History of Psychology 4(4): 367-387 (2001)

To be a female teacher in a pediatric oncology unit
, Archives de Pediatrie: Organe Officiel de la Societe Francaise de Pediatrie 4(11): 1148-1149 (1997)

To be a midwife in this millennium
, Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health 46(1): 40-42 (2001)

To be a mother at age 15?
, En Familia 4(2): 6-7 (1992)

To be a mutator, or how pathogenic and commensal bacteria can evolve rapidly
, Trends in Microbiology 5(11): 427-8; discussion 428-9 (1997)

To be a nurse in pediatric oncology
, Soins. Pediatrie Puericulture 1995(166): 5-6 (1995)

To be a nurse-hygienist
, Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 2000(649): 36-37 (2000)

To be a nurse. A visit to the 60's generation
, Servir 41(1): 37-40 (1993)

To be a nurse. From foolishness to faith
, Journal of Christian Nursing: a Quarterly Publication of Nurses Christian Fellowship 16(1): 35-36 (1999)

To be a patient
, Puerto Rico Health Sciences Journal 20(4): 405-407 (2001)

To be a pediatric nurse
, Soins. Pediatrie Puericulture 2000(194): 26-28 (2000)

To be a physician
, Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine new York 67(2): 133-135 (2000)

To be a physician today: answer to Masoni
, Giornale Italiano di Cardiologia 26(9): 1061-1063 (1996)

To be a physician. Diploma and all
, Vital Speeches of the day 55(22): 697-700 (1989)

To be a resource for the socially deprived
, Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 2000(650): 34-37 (2000)

To be a successful night supervisor
, Nursing Spectrum 6(10): 7 (1996)

To be a surgeon in Paris during the 14th century
, Revue de Chirurgie Orthopedique et Reparatrice de l'Appareil Moteur 83(Suppl): 27-29 (1997)

To be a teacher, a tutor and a friend: the physician's role according to the Stockholm Diabetes Intervention Study (SDIS)
, Patient Education and Counseling 29(3): 231-235 (1996)

To be a victim and a survivor of the great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake
, Journal of Psychosomatic Research 46(6): 541-548 (1999)

To be a woman in Africa. On the danger of being a mother. Mortality
, Vivre Autrement 1994(Spec No): 13-14 (1994)

To be able or not to be able--that is the primary question!
, Lakartidningen 97(35): 3780-3781 (2000)

To be admitted to nursing homes in Sweden
, Nordisk Medicin 112(8): 298-299 (1997)

To be an SBB. Specialist(s) in Blood Bank Technology
, Transfusion 38(7): 700-702 (1998)

To be an actor in ones own life
, Soins. Psychiatrie 1998(194): 17-19 (1998)

To be an object of an earlier date
, Nursing Homes 28(6): 34-38 (1979)

To be an outcast of society in the United States and in Sweden--some comparisons
, Lakartidningen 99(38): 3726-3727 (2002)

To be and remain a nurse
, Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 2000(645): 36-39 (2000)

To be and to become: the changing focus of developmental paediatrics
, Disability and Rehabilitation 23(13): 583-585 (2001)

To be at the elevation of the terminal child
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 95(7): 70-73 (2002)

To be better informed: the population problem in Rwanda and the scope of its solution
, Imbonezamuryango 1993(28): 7-11 (1993)

To be born as a twin--risks and sequelae
, International Journal of Circumpolar Health 57(2-3): 138-147 (1998)

To be born in the 21st century: maternal-fetal perspectives
, Anales de la Real Academia Nacional de Medicina 119(2): 257-69; Discussion 269-71 (2002)

To be born or not to be. Epidemiologic, judicial and psychological aspects
, Journal de Gynecologie Obstetrique et Biologie de la Reproduction 22(4): 385-392 (1993)

To be born outside of wedlock
, Population et Societes; Bulletin Mensuel d'Informations Demographiques Economiques Sociales 1999(342): 1-4 (1999)

To be born was the death of him: a clinical study of a self that might have been but never got born
, Journal of Analytical Psychology 39(1): 27-53 (1994)

To be born without risk: searching for small maternity centres
, Cahiers de Sociologie et de Demographie Medicales 37(1): 5-32 (1997)

To be born, to die: individual rights in the '80s
, Aba Journal 70: 27-31 (1984)

To be born, to live and to die with lead
, Servir 45(4): 198-208 (1997)

To be challenged and to face the challenge
, Journal of Nuclear Cardiology: Official Publication of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology 1(2 Pt 1): 123 (1994)

To be chronically ill, life style and nurse's contribution
, Tvz: Het Vakblad Voor de Verpleging 107(18): 534-538 (1997)

To be cured of breast cancer
, Bulletin du Cancer 89(6): 579-587 (2002)

To be cured of lung cancer
, Bulletin du Cancer 89(4): 351-356 (2002)

To be discharged?
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 117(9): 1262-1263 (1997)

To be effective and not harmful, ragweed-trimming methods should be rigorous
, Allergie et Immunologie 33(4): 176-181 (2001)

To be effective health care providers and patient advocates, we must keep the public's trust
, Aorn Journal 65(1): 14 (1997)

To be effective, balance leadership and team focus
, Hospital Peer Review 25(1): 6 11-6 12 (2000)

To be emotionally affected during medical education
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 120(3): 374-376 (2000)

To be expecting at the time of marriage. Premarital liaisons and marriage patterns in 19th-century Sweden
, Historisk Tidskrift 1977(2): 181-199 (1977)

To be freestanding or not to be
, Contemporary Longterm Care 19(8): 28 31 (1996)

To be honest, I have about four drinks per day - a beer when I get home from work, a couple of glasses of wine with dinner, and a nightcap. Sometimes, I also have a glass of wine at lunch. Alcohol has never interfered with my work or caused any problems in my home life, and my liver is fine, so I do not think I have an "alcohol problem." plus, I expect that my alcohol use has something to do with my terrific HDL-cholesterol level - 57 mg/dL
, Harvard Heart Letter: from Harvard Medical School 9(8): 8 (1999)

To be human: selective reflections on the sanctity of life in Rodriguez
, Health Law Journal 2: 39-66 (1994)

To be ill and a foreigner in health care institutions
, Pflege 12(5): 273-277 (1999)

To be mainstreamed or marginalized
, Journal of Nuclear Cardiology: Official Publication of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology 3(4): 289-290 (1996)

To be male or female--that is the question
, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 151(3): 224-225 (1997)

To be mentally disabled is popular in California--consequences of the new Three-strikes and you're out law
, Lakartidningen 97(51-52): 6038-6039 (2000)

To be on call during the New Year's Eve
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 120(30): 3796-3797 (2000)

To be or not to be (for-profit)
, Nutrition 12(6): 454-455 (1996)

To be or not to be ... a registered nurse
, Occupational Outlook Quarterly 32(4): 8-17 (1988)

To be or not to be ... accredited? That is the question
, Home Healthcare Nurse Manager 3(2): 2 (1999)

To be or not to be ... noncategorical
, Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics: Jdbp 17(1): 36-37 (1996)

To be or not to be ... seen
, Emergency Medical Services 27(10): 24-25 (1998)

To be or not to be a part of the solution
, Canadian Journal of Surgery. Journal Canadien de Chirurgie 40(6): 404-406 (1997)

To be or not to be a patient
, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 74: 180-181 (1993)

To be or not to be a risk-taker
, Ons News 8(10): 2 (1993)

To be or not to be an aggregate
, Clinical Genetics 55(1): 9-10 (1999)

To be or not to be married--that is the question of quality of life in men with schizophrenia
, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 36(8): 381-390 (2001)

To be or not to be of irritable bowel syndrome
, Medicina Clinica 117(7): 257-259 (2001)

To be or not to be separate: the meaning of hide-and-seek in forming internal representations
, Psychoanalytic Review 80(3): 361-75; discussion 377-88 (1993)

To be or not to be tested for the AIDS virus
, Nursing Research 46(5): 293-294 (1997)

To be or not to be--fully informed
, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 42(1 Pt 1): 142 (2000)

To be or not to be--what are the odds?
, Population Trends 1998(92): 42-50 (1998)

To be or not to be. Evidence in support of contemplative practices--Part 1
, Australian Family Physician 29(9): 883 (2000)

To be or not to be. Questions about the future of health care. Attempt at a critical analysis of the system from the viewpoint of nursing, accompanied by visions for the future of the profession
, Osterreichische Krankenpflegezeitschrift 49(2): 15-17 (1996)

To be or not to be. The practical aspects of contemplative practices--Part 2
, Australian Family Physician 29(10): 985-987 (2000)

To be or not to be. The vexing question in medical ethics. Panel discussion
, Osteopathic Hospital Leadership 32(1): 4-7 (1988)

To be or not to be: Bax provides some answers
, Molecular Psychiatry 2(4): 290 (1997)

To be or not to be: a question of B-Raf?
, Trends in Neurosciences 24(9): 498-500 (2001)

To be or not to be: assisted suicide revisited
, Omega 31(3): 221-235 (1995)

To be or not to be: choosing your HMO and PPO
, Journal of medical practice management: MPM 2(3): 183-186 (1987)

To be or not to be: protecting the unborn's potentiality of life
, University of Cincinnati Law Review. University of Cincinnati. College of Law 51(2): 257-298 (1982)

To be or not to be: recording Aboriginal identity on hospital records
, Pacific Health Dialog 8(1): 47-53 (2001)

To be or not to be: the challenge of urinary continence in older adults
, Perspectives ) 22(4): 18-22 (1998)

To be or not to be: the decision to withdraw or be withdrawn from dialysis
, American Journal of Kidney Diseases: the Official Journal of the National Kidney Foundation 33(3): 601 (1999)

To be or not to be: the effects of aging stereotypes on the will to live
, Omega 40(3): 409-420 (1999)

To be or not to be? How hospitals and doctors should decide whether to reinvest in or divest of their group practices
, Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 52(9): 14-17 (1999)

To be or not to be? That is the question facing many neurology residency programs
, Archives of Neurology 54(5): 516-517 (1997)

To be or to do? That is the question
, Journal 68(3): 149 (2002)

To be partners in care?
, Health Service Journal 101(5234): 26-27 (1991)

To be physician
, Boletin de la Asociacion Medica de Puerto Rico 88(7-9): 53-54 (1996)

To be present--a professional nurse's expression
, Klinisk Sygepleje 11(5): 231-234 (1997)

To be rather than not to be--that is the problem with the questions we ask adolescents about their childbearing intentions
, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 155(12): 1298-1300 (2001)

To be realistic or stick one's head in the sand?
, Lancet 353(9159): 1162 (1999)

To be responsive or not to be responsive, that is the mucosal question
, Gastroenterology 114(1): 214-217 (1998)

To be resuscitated or not: the concepts in decision making
, Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 16(1): 21-27 (2001)

To be sick and having a disease
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 117(17): 2433 (1997)

To be sick-listed or to take responsibility for own work capacity?
, Lakartidningen 99(30-31): 3140-3141 (2002)

To be the best
, Healthtexas 50(4): 10 (1994)

To be the best ... anywhere. At Houston's Methodist Hospital, 'absolute commitment to quality' is the building block for every activity and program
, Healthcare Forum Journal 32(5): 36-40 (1989)

To be thin is in. Or is it? Recognizing and measuring adolescent eating disorders
, Journal of Child and Family Nursing 2(6): 447-452 (1999)

To be treated or not to be treated
, Sh'ma: a Journal of Jewish Responsibility 23(442): 11-13 (1992)

To be understood--not only refugees have the right
, Lakartidningen 90(45): 3927-3928 (1993)

To be young, poor, sexually active, and in need of birth control: indigent minors' access to contraceptives
, Western new England Law Review 1(4): 711-739 (1979)

To be, be, be ... not just to be: legal and social implications of cloning for human reproduction
, Florida Law Review 49(2): 303-337 (1997)

To be, or not to be, a flower--control of floral meristem identity
, Trends in Genetics: Tig 14(1): 26-32 (1998)

To be, or not to be, a technician
, Journal of Dental Technology: the Peer-Reviewed Publication of the National Association of Dental Laboratories 15(4): 28-29 (1998)

To be, or not to be? Medicare pilot project moves ahead; questions remain
, Modern Healthcare 28(45): 8 (1998)

To be... to care?
, Servir 48(5): 227-230 (2000)

To bead or not to bead? Lens-specific intermediate filaments revisited
, Journal of Cell Science 110: 2629-2634 (1997)

To bear or not to bear: reproductive freedom as an international human right
, Brooklyn Journal of International Law 17(2): 309-358 (1991)

To beat or not to beat: a decision taken at the network level
, Journal of Physiology Paris 94(5-6): 375-390 (2000)

To become a blood donors is not a human right--but....
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 121(26): 3038 (2001)

To bee or not to be? T-cell responses to bee venom PLA2 in relation to anaphylaxis and immunotherapy
, Clinical and Experimental Allergy: Journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology 27(9): 986-990 (1997)

To believe or not to believe. That is the key in homeopathy
, Atencion Primaria 21(9): 593-595 (1998)

To belong or not to belong, that is the question: terror management and identification with gender and ethnicity
, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 83(1): 26-43 (2002)

To better define neglect of children
, L'Infirmiere du Quebec: Revue Officielle de l'Ordre des Infirmieres et Infirmiers du Quebec 8(1): 20-26 (2000)

To better integrate prevention into general medicine in deprived milieus
, Sante Publique 11(2): 225-241 (1999)

To better position your facility, create a Web site
, Contemporary Longterm Care 22(2): 47 (1999)

To better understand radiotherapy: an information booklet. The French Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology and The National Syndicate of Radiotherapy Oncologists
, Cancer radiotherapie: journal de la Societe francaise de radiotherapie oncologique 4(4): 285-293 (2000)

To bid or not to bid. Novation redesigns contracts for public-private needs
, Modern Healthcare 28(30): 42 (1998)

To bid or not to bid?
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 12(12): 65-67 (1987)

To biopsy or not
, Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology Oral Radiology and Endodontics 87(6): 642; Author Reply 645-6 (1999)

To biopsy or not to biopsy
, Hepatology 34(2): 438; Author Reply 439 (2001)

To blaze the best trail, get physicians to lead
, Managed Care Strategies 5(4): 43-44 (1997)

To block estrogen's synthesis or action: that is the question
, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 87(7): 3007-3012 (2002)

To block the renin system or the calcium channel in hypertension--where do we stand?
, Journal of the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System: Jraas 1(4): 325-327 (2000)

To blow or not to blow--that is the question
, Respiratory Care 47(10): 1145-1147 (2002)

To blow or not to blow?
, Lancet 357(9252): 250 (2001)

To board or not to board?
, Emergency Medical Services 31(5): 64-65 (2002)

To boil or not: drinking water for children in a periurban barrio
, Social Science and Medicine 51(8): 1211-1220 (2000)

To boldly go: we have to look beyond The Simpsons for a true medical hero
, Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 159(12): 1476-1477 (1998)

To boldly nurse where no-one has nursed before: nursing on the Internet
, Lamp 53(3): 10-11 (1996)

To bolus or not to bolus--is that the question?
, Clinical Science 101(2): 181-183 (2001)

To bond raters, cash is king
, Contemporary Longterm Care 23(4): 36 (2000)

To brace or not to brace: the true value of school screening
, Spine 22(12): 1283-1284 (1997)

To brace or not to brace? How effective are knee braces in rehabilitation?
, Der Orthopade 28(6): 565-570 (1999)

To break the cycle of menstrual migraine
, Jaapa: Official Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 12(2): 44-50 57-8 (1999)

To breast a storm: Nathaniel Topliff Allen and the demise of military drill as the physical education ethic in the public schools of Massachusetts, 1860-1870
, Canadian Journal of History of Sport 18(2): 1-14 (1987)

To breathe, perchance to sleep: sleep-disordered breathing and chronic insomnia among trauma survivors
, Sleep and Breathing 6(4): 189-202 (2002)

To bridge a quality chasm: connect with the guidelines
, Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing: Jspn 7(4): 137-142 (2002)

To build a better mousetrap, use human parts
, Journal of the National Cancer Institute 90(1): 14-16 (1998)

To build a cancer cell
, Newsweek 134(6): 67 (1999)

To build an excellent health service, nurses need jam every day, not just today
, Nursing times 96(4): 3 (2000)

To build or not to build or if you have to build, how
, Michigan Hospitals 16(9): 5-7 (1980)

To build or renovate: an architect's perspective
, Journal - American Health Care Association 10(5): 3-7 (1984)

To burn or not to burn: use of computer-enhanced stimuli to encourage application of sunscreens
, Cutis 60(2): 105-108 (1997)

To buy or not to buy a Medicare supplement?
, Discharge Planning Update 10(5): 16-17 (1990)

To buy or not to buy technology: applying the new formulas
, Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 37(7): 17-21 (1984)

To buy or not to buy, that is the question
, Hospitals and Health Networks 70(10): 24-6 28 30-2 (1996)

To buy or not to buy. Industry insiders discuss the benefits of upgrading equipment
, Contemporary Longterm Care 25(11): 24-28 (2002)

To buy or to lease?
, Journal of the Michigan Dental Association 80(6): 24 28 (1998)

To buy scientists?
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 115(6): 734-735 (1995)

To buy, or not to buy: factors associated with the purchase of nongroup, private health insurance
, Medical Care 38(2): 141-151 (2000)

To call or not to call? That is the question
, Lakartidningen 90(7): 612-613 (1993)

To care and to love
, Servir 46(4): 171-180 (1998)

To care but never to prolong?
, Caring: National Association for Home Care Magazine 11(6): 40-43 (1992)

To care for the dying
, Origins 26(39): 640-648 (1997)

To care humanely and professionally. AIDS: accompaniment and support
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 89(5): 88-90 (1996)

To care is good, to educate is better
, Supportive Care in Cancer: Official Journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer 2(1): 1-2 (1994)

To care, not to cure
, Journal of Case Management 4(4): 124-127 (1995)

To care--or to kill?
, Nursing Mirror 141(14): 40-41 (1975)

To carpet or not--that's the question
, Australian hospital 1977(6): 6 (1977)

To carry a project. Elements of the method
, Soins. Formation Pedagogie Encadrement: Avec la Participation du Ceeiec 1994(10): 19-25 (1994)

To carve out or not to carve out. Why HMOs need specialized partners for behavioral health care
, Hmo 36(2): 51-52 (1995)

Anogenital distance in newborn daughters of women with polycystic ovary syndrome indicates fetal testosterone exposure
, Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 9(3): 307-314 (2018)

To catch a thief, abuser, killer
, Nursing Times 93(38): 12-13 (1997)

To centralize management or not still a matter of debate
, Provider 14(5): 16 37 (1988)

To centralize or compete is not the issue at hand
, Administrative Radiology: Ar 10(9): 45-47 (1991)

To centralize or decentralize?
, Healthcare Financial Management: Journal of the Healthcare Financial Management Association 49(9): 86 (1995)

To centralize or not centralize
, Modern Healthcare 20(40): 30-36 (1990)

To certify or not certify, there is no question
, Dermatology Nursing 9(6): 377 (1997)

To challenge a dogma--altitude research with complications
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 162(51): 6962-6966 (2000)

To change a smile: fabrication of a removable obturator
, Trends and Techniques in the Contemporary Dental Laboratory 10(7): 54-57 (1993)

To change medical education
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 163(26): 3593-3594 (2001)

To change or not change
, Executive Housekeeping Today 2(6): 14 (1981)

To change or not to change--'how' is the question?
, British Journal of Medical Psychology 69: 139-146 (1996)

To change or not to change: "Sounds like you have a dilemma"
, Annals of Internal Medicine 135(5): 386-391 (2001)

To change or not to change? You have the option
, Case Manager 13(4): 24-25 (2002)

To change the patient or the patient's world: the suicide attempt of a teased 12-year-old girl
, Harvard Review of Psychiatry 7(2): 102-108 (1999)

To change, better to serve the population
, L'Infirmiere du Quebec: Revue Officielle de l'Ordre des Infirmieres et Infirmiers du Quebec 1(3): 35 (1994)

To cheer the children
, Interior Design 49(2): 184-185 (1978)

To chest x-rays and beyond!!
, Critical Care Medicine 27(8): 1676-1677 (1999 )

To choose the best sterilization technology ... ask away!
, Materials Management in Health Care 7(12): 28 (1998)

To choose who should live: a bioethical study of social criteria to microallocation of health care resources in medical emergencies
, Revista da Associacao Medica Brasileira 48(2): 129-134 (2002)

To chose one's way
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 86(4): 57 (1993)

To cite or not to cite
, Anesthesia and Analgesia 95(4): 1127-1128 (2002)

To cleave or not to cleave: ribozymes and antisense
, Antisense Research and Development 5(3): 227-232 (1995)

To clip or to coil? Today patients with cerebral aneurysms face a difficult choice: brain surgery or a less proven alternative
, Time 159(9): 78 (2002)

To clone a sheep
, Washington post 1997: A18 (1997)

To clone or not to clone--a Jewish perspective
, Journal of Medical Ethics 25(2): 105-107 (1999)

To clone or not to clone--the debate continues
, Journal of the Royal Society of Health 118(2): 73 (1998)

To clone or not to clone--whither the law?
, Medicine and Law 18(1): 107-123 (1999)

To clone or not to clone...
, Lakartidningen 94(22): 2071-2074 (1997)

To clone or not to clone?
, South African Medical Journal 87(5): 572-573 (1997)

To close or not to close atrial septal defects in adults
, Harefuah 132(7): 468-469 (1997)

To close or not to close the peritoneum in abdominal gynecologic and obstetric operations
, Harefuah 137(10): 474-477 (1999)

To close or not to close? How to accurately assess the profitability and value of a subacute unit under PPS
, National report on subacute care 7(24): 6-8 (1999)

To coin a phrase
, Bmj 321(7256): 272 (2000)

To collect or not to collect. The internal woe of the physician's office
, Medical Group Management Journal 38(6): 57-8 60 62 (1991)

To combat terrorism, United Nations must be in charge
, Bmj 324(7333): 362 (2002)

To combine or not combine two units under one unit manager
, Journal of Nursing Administration 26(9): 7-10 (1996)

To comfort always
, American Journal of Psychiatry 160(1): 25-26 (2003)

To commit, to make or to take suicide--changing language norm
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 120(30): 3798 (2000)

To communicate efficiently and without chauvinism
, Lakartidningen 99(34): 3335; Author Reply 336 (2002)

To communicate more effectively on the telephone--avoid the five forbidden phrases
, Clinical Laboratory Management Review: Official Publication of the Clinical Laboratory Management Association 8(2): 149-152 (1994)

To compare clinics, a considerate handling
, Lakartidningen 95(13): 1435-1438 (1998)

To compare general, epidural and local anaesthesia for endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR)
, European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery: the Official Journal of the European Society for Vascular Surgery 21(2): 179-184 (2001)

To compare hospital departments, a tactful procedure-- continuation
, Lakartidningen 95(22): 2560 (1998)

To compare male circumcision with Jehovah's Witnesses' refusal of blood transfusion is not relevant
, Lakartidningen 98(30-31): 3360 (2001)

To compare the effects of different rates of application of a cervical mobilisation technique on sympathetic outflow to the upper limb in normal subjects
, Manual Therapy 1(4): 198-203 (1996)

To compare the quality between different clinics is difficult
, Lakartidningen 90(30-31): 2584 (1993)

To complete Utah deal, Health Trust may divest planned anchor hospital
, Modern Healthcare 24(24): 10 12 (1994)

To compute or not to compute
, Journal of School Nursing: the Official Publication of the National Association of School Nurses 9(3): 6-8 (1993)

To compute or not to compute. That is the question
, New York State Dental Journal 67(10): 22-23 (2001)

To computerize or not to computerize the patient care record: that is the question
, Delaware Medical Journal 74(11): 435-441 (2002)

To conceive a child is not a human right
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 117(14): 2066 (1997)

To concentrate the urine or to excrete sodium: 2 sometimes contradictory requirements
, Nephrologie 19(4): 203-209 (1998)

To conduct themselves as exemplary citizens
, Journal of the American Optometric Association 65(6): 406 (1994)

To conform funding of abortions in the District of Columbia to those funded under the Medicaid program
, Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the .. Congress. United States. Congress 125(105): S10729-S10731 (1979)

To conquer TB, patients must take their medicine
, Indian Medical Tribune 2(11): 3 (1994)

To conserve or implant: which choice of therapy?
, International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry 20(4): 412-422 (2000)

To consider lumbago as a professional disorder
, Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 2000(644): 26-30 (2000)

To consult a physician
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 117(13): 1951 (1997)

To consult, to diagnose and to treat
, Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia 78(6): 598-599 (2002)

To contract or not to contract? Issues for low and middle income countries
, Health Policy and Planning 13(1): 32-40 (1998)

To control costs, First Chicago controls the data, too
, Business and Health 11(4): 26-7 31 (1993)

To control or not to control colonization with MRSA ... that's the question!
, Qjm: Monthly Journal of the Association of Physicians 90(4): 239-241 (1997)

To control temperature, all you need is a "cool" line
, Critical Care Medicine 30(11): 2598-2600 (2002)

To correlate or not to correlate: what is the question?
, Nursing Research 42(5): 294-296 (1993)

To count or not to count sports injuries? What is the question?
, British Journal of Sports Medicine 32(4): 297-298 (1998)

To counteract research misconduct is an international issue
, Lakartidningen 97(39): 4262-4265 (2000)

To cover or not to cover: how to decide?
, American Journal of Managed Care 5(8): 1064-1066 (1999)

To crack or not to crack
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 39: 2108 (1993)

To cross or not to cross: a genetic analysis of guidance at the midline
, Perspectives on Developmental Neurobiology 1(4): 183-194 (1993)

To crush or not to crush? What to consider before giving medications to a patient with a tube or who has trouble swallowing
, Nursing 30(2): 50-52 (2000)

To cultivate a feeling of confidence. The nursing of obstetric patients, 1890-1940
, Nursing history review: official journal of the American Association for the History of Nursing 8: 117-142 (2000)

To cultivate a new model: where de Soysa and Gleditsch fall short
, Environmental Change and Security Project Report 2000(6): 104-106 (2000)

To culture, or not ... and if yes, how?
, Ostomy/Wound Management 43(3): 21 (1997)

To cure or not to cure, that is not the question
, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 93(12): 611-613 (2000)

To cure risk aversion, employers eye risk adjustment
, Managed Care 8(11): 34-35 (1999)

To cure the health care system, everybody's business
, Annales de Chirurgie 50(7): 499-501 (1996)

To cure those afflicted with the disease of insanity: Thomas Bakewell and Spring Vale Asylum
, History of Psychiatry 4(13): 107-127 (1993)

To cut casual absenteeism: tie benefits to hours worked
, Compensation Review 13(1): 41-46 (1981)

To cut costs, build supplier, clinician ties
, Hospital Material Dollar Sign Management 25(1): 10-11 (2000)

To cut costs, many hospitals ask their workers for economizing ideas, and the savings add up
, Wall Street Journal 59(133): 40 (1979)

To cut costs, states develop networks of care
, Business and Health 11(7): 72-73 (1993)

To cut is not always to cure
, Surgical Endoscopy 13(4): 427-428 (1999)

To cut or not to cut: the evolution of exploratory laparotomy for abdominal gunshot wounds
, American Surgeon 65(4): 388-389 (1999)

To dare is to advance
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 87(7): 54-56 (1994)

To data share or not to data share, that is the question
, Qrc Advisor 7(4): 5-7 (1991)

To decentralize or not to decentralize, is that the question? Nicaraguan health policy under structural adjustment in the 1990s
, International Journal of Health Services: Planning Administration Evaluation 30(1): 111-128 (2000)

To define is divine
, Current Cardiology Reports 3(2): 97-99 (2001)

To describe arthrosis as a "degenerative joint disease" is obsolete
, Lakartidningen 99(18): 2093 (2002)

To design or not to design?
, Hospital Peer Review 22(1): 13-16 (1997)

To design "the baby one wishes for" is theoretically possible. Ethical issues in preimplantation diagnosis must be defined
, Lakartidningen 97(48): 5643-5647 (2000)

To determine market size, follow the money
, Telemedicine Today 9(2): 33-34 (2002)

To develop excimer laser photorefractive keratectomy actively and prudently in China
, Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology 33(1): 3-4 (1997)

To develop the family planning work deeply through following the working method of "taking three as the keys"
, Ren Kou Yan Jiu 1982(6): 24-26 (1982)

To diagnose Cushing syndrome in adults is difficult. Current diagnostic methods can improve prognosis
, Lakartidningen 99(46): 4620-4622 (2002)

To diagnose or to exclude vitamine B12 deficiency
, Annales de Biologie Clinique 60(2): 238-240 (2002)

To diagnosis of giant hepato-choledochal cysts
, Vestnik Rentgenologii i Radiologii 1997(3): 53-55 (1997)

To dialyze or not to dialyze: an ethical and evidence-based approach to the patient with acute renal failure in the intensive care unit
, Advances in Renal Replacement Therapy 4(3): 288-296 (1997)

To die alone, a big city problem?
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 163(22): 3069-3073 (2001)

To die alone: a symptom of dehumanization?
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 163(22): 3047 (2001)

To die in Goldfield: mortality in the last boomtown on the mining frontier
, Western Historical Quarterly 21(1): 47-70 (1990)

To die in Wa
, Hastings Center Report 21(2): 3 (1991)

To die in her own bed
, Archives of Family Medicine 2(9): 901-902 (1993)

To die in one's prime: the story of Paul Wood
, American Journal of Cardiology 85(1): 75-88 (2000)

To die living--hospice. A contribution to the daily work at the Vienna Mobile Caritas Hospice
, Osterreichische Krankenpflegezeitschrift 51(2): 29-31 (1998)

To die or not to die--is that the question? Educating physicians about end-of-life care
, Hawaii Medical Journal 55(12): 294-295 (1996)

To die or not to die: an overview of apoptosis and its role in disease
, JAMA 279(4): 300-307 (1998)

To die or not to dye. Poisoning from arsenical pigments in the 19th century
, Pharmaceutical Historian 26(3): 27-31 (1996)

To die with dignity: comparing physician assisted suicide in the United States, Japan, and the Netherlands
, Washington University Law Quarterly. Washington University . School of Law 74(3): 803-840 (1996)

To die with dignity: should the current system allow for 'automatic' do-not-resuscitate orders? As I see it
, American Nurse 27(8): 5 (1995)

To differentiate Alzheimer's and vascular dementia? Today no longer up to date
, MMW Fortschritte der Medizin 143(51-52): 41-42 (2001)

To differentiate or not to differentiate?
, Current Biology: Cb 10(8): R302-R304 (2000)

To discharge or not to discharge: does it have to be a question?
, Chest 114(4): 952-953 (1998)

To disclose or not to disclose the diagnosis of schizophrenia? A social constructionist approach
, Psychiatria Polska 35(3): 417-428 (2001)

To disclose to the patients the diagnosis and information about the likely course of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
, No to Shinkei 48(5): 409-415 (1996)

To dispense or to administer: know the difference
, Hospital Pharmacy 10(4): 172-173 (1975)

To dispose or re-use?--an evaluation of sluice room equipment
, Journal of the Institute of Hospital Engineering 43(1): 14 16-7 (1989)

To diversify or not to diversify
, Harvard Business Review 75(6): 93-99 (1997)

To do no harm: A Buddhist view on animal use in research
, Journal of Religion and Health 27(4): 307-312 (1988)

To do or not to do an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography in acute biliary pancreatitis?
, Surgical Laparoscopy and Endoscopy 5(6): 453-454 (1995)

To do or not to do: desirability and consistency mediate judgements of regret
, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 80(6): 861-870 (2001)

To do or not to do? That is the question. Pediatric constipation
, Pediatric Annals 28(5): 283-290 (1999)

To do the right thing: not always the easiest choice
, Journal of Healthcare Information Management: Jhim 16(1): 2-3 (2002)

To drain or not drain: literature versus practice
, Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 43(6): 404-406 (1998)

To draw or not to draw: drawing blood cultures from a potentially infected port site
, Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 6(4): 232 (2002)

To drink or not to drink?
, New England Journal of Medicine 348(2): 163-164 (2003)

To drive or not to drive: the influence of social factors on the decisions of elderly drivers
, Accident; Analysis and Prevention 30(3): 299-304 (1998)

To dry or not to dry? An assessment of the possible degradation in efficiency of preoperative skin preparation caused by wiping skin dry
, Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 75(3): 181-185 (1993)

To dye or not to dye: a randomized, clinical trial of a triple dye/alcohol regime versus dry cord care
, Pediatrics 111(1): 15-20 (2003)

To each according to need: a community-based approach to allocating health care resources
, Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 149(5): 607-612 (1993)

To each his own "normality"
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 93(5): 55 (2000)

To earn general trust
, Vardfacket 21(11): 27 (1997 )

To ease their stay: the "Welcome a New Resident" volunteer program
, Journal of volunteer administration 9(3): 1-7 (1991)

To eat or not to eat raw shellfish
, Canada Communicable Disease Report 20(8): 65-68 (1994)

To eat or not to eat, that is the question..
, Annals of Neurology 45(1): 4-5 (1999)

To eat or not to eat?
, Revue de l'Infirmiere 1998(41): 11-14 (1998)

To eat well--but what about the weight curve?
, European Journal of Medical Research 2(1): 3-4 (1997)

To educate and to inform the population about population
, International Review of Education. Internationale Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft. Revue Internationale de Pedagogie 39(1-2): 92-95 (1993)

To effectively inform the public--go for the guts, not the brain
, Review 22(2): 16 18-9 (1989)

To embrace or not to embrace change that shouldn't be your question!
, Revolution 8(1): 42-46 (1998)

To empathize or to dissociate--a physician's dilemma
, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 86(8): 491 (1993)

To empower or partner? The challenge for the nurse manager
, Nursing Economic$ 12(3): 173-174 (1994)

To encourage or not to encourage our children to study medicine
, North Carolina Medical Journal 54(9): 479-480 (1993)

To end itself by death: suicide in Shakespeare's tragedies
, Southern Medical Journal 92(7): 660-666 (1999)

To engage or not to engage? Affecting the interactions of learning disabled adults
, International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 33(Suppl): 386-391 (1998)

To engineer the metropolis: sewers, sanitation, and city planning in late-nineteenth-century America
, Journal of American History 65(2): 389-411 (1978)

To enhance continuously their educational and technical proficiency to the end that their patients shall receive the benefits of all acknowledged improvements in visual care
, Journal of the American Optometric Association 65(6): 392-395 (1994)

To enjoy the good things in life even after breast surgery
, L'Infirmiere du Quebec: Revue Officielle de l'Ordre des Infirmieres et Infirmiers du Quebec 5(4): 46 (1998)

To err is human ..., and very costly
, International Journal of Trauma Nursing 4(3): 69-70 (1998)

To err is human but error can be prevented
, Nihon Geka Gakkai Zasshi 102(3): 294-298 (2001)

To err is human to forgive is divine, as one nurse found out
, Nursing Times 94(18): 49 (1998)

To err is human--to sue, American
, Diagnostic Cytopathology 15(3): Iii-Ivi (1996)

To err is human...
, Australian Family Physician 30(3): 289-290 (2001)

To err is human: IOM report implications
, Texas Nursing 74(1): 12 13 (2000)

Anogenital distance is associated with genital measures and seminal parameters but not anthropometrics in a large cohort of young adult men
, Human Reproduction 33(9): 1628-1635 (2018)

To err is human: building a safer health system
, Annales Francaises d'Anesthesie et de Reanimation 21(6): 453-454 (2002)

To err is human: how mistakes affect doctors
, Harvard Men's Health Watch 3(11): 7 (1999)

To err is human: learning from mistakes
, Clinical Medicine 1(4): 264-265 (2001)

To err is human: learning opportunities for the clinical laboratory
, Clinical Leadership and Management Review: the Journal of Clma 14(5): 223-224 (2000)

To err is human: strategies for ensuring patient safety and quality when caring for children
, Journal of Pediatric Nursing 16(6): 438-440 (2001)

To err is human: systems analysis
, Healthcare hazardous materials management: HHMM 12(11): 1-4 (1999)

To err is human: to forgive, un-American
, Healthcare financial management: journal of the Healthcare Financial Management Association 54(2): 26-27 (2000)

To err is inevitable--human and otherwise
, Hospital Practice 35(3): 50 (2000)

To err is preventable: medical errors and academic medicine
, American Journal of Medicine 110(7): 597-603 (2001)

To err was fatal
, Bmj 313(7072): 1640-1642 (1996)

To err--human condition?
, Plastic Surgical Nursing: Official Journal of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Nurses 20(2): 84 (2000)

To establish a patient's bill of rights under Medicare-Medicaid
, Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the .. Congress. United States. Congress 123(148): H9841-H9842 (1977)

To estimate capabilities and problems of the aged
, Pflege Zeitschrift 54(2): 95-99 (2001)

To evaluate the influence that 'feeding state' may exert on metabolic and physiological responses to exercise
, Equine Veterinary Journal. Supplement 1999(30): 633-635 (1999)

To evaluate the quality of life of osteoarthritic patient: why and how? (Report of round table)
, La Revue du Praticien 47(17 Suppl): S46-S50 (1997)

To evaluate: yes, to grade: no
, Soins. Formation Pedagogie Encadrement: Avec la Participation du Ceeiec 1993(5): 30-33 (1993)

To every thing there is a season...
, Birth Gazette 10(3): 16-18 (1994)

To everyone their own phantoms
, Presse Medicale 27(3): 115-116 (1998)

To everything turn, turn, turn.... An overview of continuous lateral rotational therapy
, Respiratory Care Clinics of North America 3(1): 109-134 (1997)

To excise or to sample the mammographic target: what is the goal of stereotactic 11-gauge vacuum-assisted breast biopsy?
, Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 179(3): 679-683 (2002)

To expand or contract?
, Nursing Times 94(22): 34-36 (1998)

To explain pain and make it understood: forms and resources of explanatory discussions
, Recherche en Soins Infirmiers 1998(53): 5-16 (1998)

To fabricate artificial nerves with tissue engineering methods
, Chinese Journal of Traumatology 5(4): 214-218 (2002)

To fall or not to fall. Brain injury in the elderly
, North Carolina Medical Journal 62(6): 364-367 (2001)

To fear or not to fear: hospital liability for teaching physician and resident billing issues
, Journal of Health Care Finance 23(2): 86-87 (1996)

To feed or not to feed? An A.M.A. panel rules on the ethics of treating the comatose
, Time 127(13): 60 (1986)

To feed or not to feed? Ethical issues in nutritional support
, Bulletin of Medical Ethics No. 148: 17-18 (1999)

To feed well and take good care of young girls is to promote maternal health
, Safe motherhood 1991(6): 5-7 (1991)

To fight headache
, Krankenpflege Journal 38(11-12): 389-391 (2000)

To fight off Alzheimer's, train your brain and take care of your body
, U.S. News and World Report 130(21): 49-50 (2001)

To file or not to file
, Pediatric Emergency Care 10(2): 113-116 (1994)

To fill the gap between theory and practice: a model of clinical nursing
, Professioni Infermieristiche 52(2): 80-83 (1999)

To find a common language
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 88(12): 74 80 (1995)

To find good case managers probe personal traits, health care insight
, National Report on Subacute Care 4(12): 4-5 (1996)

To find savings, look at the big picture
, Hospital Material Dollar Sign Management 27(2): 19 1 (2002)

To find the minds construction in the face
, Current Biology: Cb 7(11): R673-R674 (1997)

To find the road traveled to tumor immunity: the trafficking itineraries of molecular chaperones in antigen-presenting cells
, Traffic 2(10): 690-697 (2001)

To flush or not to flush with heparin
, Rn 56(4): 22 (1993)

To fly or not to fly?
, Air Medical Journal 21(4): 26-27 (2002)

To fly or not to fly? The economics of hospital-based helicopter programs
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 11(11): 43-50 (1986 )

To focus on shaping the future, many hospital boards might require a radical overhaul
, Health Management Quarterly: Hmq 16(1): 7-10 (1994)

To focus on the forest. Recognizing the value of early defibrillation despite isolated failures
, Jems: a Journal of Emergency Medical Services 19(5): 15 17 19-20 (1994)

To forbid ritual circumcision is religious persecution
, Lakartidningen 95(26-27): 3027 (1998)

To freeze or not to freeze. Debate over Medicare inpatient pay gets emotional, silly as AHA digs in heels
, Modern Healthcare 27(24): 25 (1997)

To fumble flutter or tackle "tach"? Toward updated classifiers for atrial tachyarrhythmias
, Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology 7(5): 460-466 (1996)

To fuse or not to fuse: the effects of electrostatic interactions, hydrophobic forces, and structural amphiphilicity on protein-mediated membrane destabilization
, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 38(3): 257-277 (1999)

To fuse or not to fuse?
, Journal of Neurosurgery 79(1): 153 (1993)

To gain greater employee attention: stress personal security, safety
, Hospital Security and Safety Management 13(10): 3-4 (1993)

To gain "new" knowledge
, Geriatric Nursing 18(5): 187-188 (1997)

To general haemostasis--the evidence-based route
, Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis 32(Suppl): 47-52 (2002)

To get a premature baby
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 120(30): 3815-3816 (2000)

To get involved or not--that is the question
, Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology Oral Radiology and Endodontics 92(4): 363 (2001)

To get medical students to choose primary care, raise their incomes
, Managed Care 3(7): 54 (1994)

To get the word out across great distances, Lutheran Health gets its annual report to do double duty. Lutheran Health Systems, Fargo, North Dakota
, Profiles in Healthcare Marketing 12(5): 15-20 (1996)

To get top care, get pushy. If your health plan won't send you to a leading hospital, seek allies
, U.S. News and World Report 129(3): 72-73 (2000)

To give life and rediscover hope
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 89(6): 14-17 (1996)

To give or sell human gametes--the interplay between pragmatics, policy and ethics
, Journal of Medical Ethics 26(3): 206-211 (2000)

To give suffering a language
, Literature and Medicine 14(2): 210-221 (1995)

To go along with life until death
, Bulletin de l'Academie Nationale de Medecine 183(5): 935-943 (1999)

To go beyond the frontiers
, Recherche en Soins Infirmiers 1999(59): 3 (1999)

To go by the books
, Pediatric Emergency Care 16(3): 208-212 (2000)

To go or not to go?
, Journal - American Health Care Association 4(2): 44-45 (1978)

To grandma's house we go. A clustered living concept offers a more home-like environment
, Contemporary Longterm Care 25(9): 14-16 (2002)

To grandmother's house we go ... and stay. Children raised in intergenerational families
, Journal of Gerontological Nursing 23(9): 12-20 (1997)

To grant or not
, Plant Cell 8(3): 346-347 (1996)

To grantwrite or not to grantwrite ... that is the question
, Journal ) 1995: 17-19 (1995)

To grasp physical and mental disabilities as part of individuality
, Sogo Kango. Comprehensive Nursing Quarterly 29(1): 11-26 (1994)

To grasp the family planning program early, carefully and surely according to the law of reproduction
, Ren Kou Yan Jiu 1982(6): 48-49 (1982)

To grow and participate in sports
, Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Medizin und Traumatologie 1994(3): 4-6 (1994)

To grow or to age
, Futuribles 1979(21): 15-28 (1979)

To grow strong
, Maryland Medical Journal 44(11): 862-863 (1995)

To grow without growing taller. How far will the striving of perfectionism go?
, Lakartidningen 98(49): 5681-5682 (2001)

To harness ENs' "potential and skills"
, Nursing Standard: 1987) 12(50): 1 (1998)

To harness the revolution in vascular biology
, Journal of Nuclear Cardiology: Official Publication of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology 1(3): 307-310 (1994)

To have (medical devices) or have not: what's better for patients?
, Materials Management in Health Care 4(5): 12 14 (1995)

To have (medical devices) or not: what's safer for patients?
, Health Facilities Management 8(6): 44 46 48 (1995)

To have an aim or not to have an aim...
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 163(50): 7081 (2001)

To have and have not
, American Journal of Nursing 99(11): 43-47 (1999)

To have and have not in the land of plenty
, Health and Social Service Journal 89(4637): 418 (1979)

To have and have not: clinical uses of envy. Panel report
, Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 49(4): 1391-1404 (2001)

To have and to hold
, Newsweek 130(6): 50-53 (1999)

To have and to hold--but for how long? Guidelines for records retention
, Mgma Connexion 2(4): 32-33 (2002)

To have and to hold: nursing information in the 1990s and beyond
, Collegian 5(2): 10-15 (1998)

To have or have not: parent status and the subjective well-being of older men and women
, Gerontologist 33(5): 630-636 (1993)

To have or not to have--mutual recognition for nursing practice
, Insight 24(3): 75 (1999)

To have or to be
, Journal of the new Jersey Dental Association 64(1): 4-5 (1993)

To health care professionals and researchers: take courage and unite!
, Health Care Analysis: Hca: Journal of Health Philosophy and Policy 3(2): 167-170 (1995)

To health care, with grateful affection
, Healthcare Financial Management: Journal of the Healthcare Financial Management Association 44(1): 113 115 (1990)

To hear better is to feel better
, La Clinica Terapeutica 143(5): 441-444 (1993)

To hear or not to hear. Nursing educators adapt sound system to teaching
, Biomedical Communications 11(2): 15 24 (1983)

To hell and back
, Midwifery Today and Childbirth Education 1994(31): 54 (1994)

To help
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 113(3): 373-374 (1993)

To help or hinder: Which is more important in explaining a physician's willingness to recommend a health plan?
, Medical Care 39(5): 469-477 (2001)

To help or not to help... That is the question
, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 155(7): 763-764 (2001)

To help our planet survive
, Un Chronicle 25(1): 34 (1988)

To help the dying die--a new duty for anesthesiologists?
, Anesthesiology 78(2): 225-228 (1993)

To him, patients are part of the family
, Medical Economics 75(20): 208 (1998)

To hire or not to hire
, Hospital supervisor's bulletin 1979(377): 5-6 (1979)

To hold in professional confidence all information concerning a patient and to use such data only for the benefit of the patient
, Journal of the American Optometric Association 65(6): 404-405 (1994)

To honor Dr. Willem J. Kolff
, Artificial Organs 22(11): 923-927 (1998)

To hospitalize or not to hospitalize: HMO versus fee-for-service
, Ghaa Journal 9(1): 42-54 (1988)

To humanise death--not to legalize killing
, Pflege Aktuell 55(1): 21 (2001)

To hunt the subluxation: clinical research considerations
, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 19(9): 613-619 (1996)

To hurt is human to heal divine: a biblical view of healing and healers
, Bulletin - American Protestant Hospital Association 42(2): 1-12 (1978)

To imagine in the tropics
, Medecine Tropicale: Revue du Corps de Sante Colonial 61(2): 109-110 (2001)

To immunostain or not to immunostain, that is the question
, Modern Pathology: An Official Journal of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology Inc 6(2): 113 (1993)

To improve certification system
, Voprosy Pitaniia 57(1): 43-45 (1998)

To improve communication, cultivate your writing
, Mlo: Medical Laboratory Observer 24(10): 54-55 (1992)

To improve employee performance supervisors need training in performance appraisal
, Hospital Topics 63(2): 27-29 (1985)

To improve family planning work by studying new situations and solving new problems
, Population Research 5(2): 28-32 (1988)

To improve pain management: measure, educate, change habits
, Quality Letter for Healthcare Leaders 11(10): 2-10 (1999)

To improve palliative care in hematology-oncology pediatrics
, Soins. Pediatrie Puericulture 2002(206): 16-19 (2002)

To improve quality of our hospitals--new efforts are necessary!
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 118(5): 768-769 (1998)

To improve the quality of requisitions for radiologic examinations
, Journal de Radiologie 83(5): 621-625 (2002)

To improve the quality of research of clinical medicine in China
, Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi 79(2): 87-88 (1999)

To improve women's health: a political and social engagement
, L'Infirmiere du Quebec: Revue Officielle de l'Ordre des Infirmieres et Infirmiers du Quebec 5(3): 17-18 (1998)

To influence reform, team up with non-provider interests
, Modern Healthcare 22(28): 68 (1992)

To inform a cancer patient of the truth
, Nihon Geka Gakkai Zasshi 98(10): 884-888 (1997)

To inform or not to inform -- that is the question for researchers affected by a proposed rule
, Human Research Report 10(3): 1-3 (1995)

To inform or not to inform--a decision with psychobiological implication
, Medicine and Law 16(1): 49-52 (1997)

To inquire and to form medical responsibility
, Journal of Neuroradiology 24(4): 291-303 (1997)

To insure or not to insure persons infected with the virus that causes AIDS
, Iowa law review 77(4): 1617-1738 (1992)

To integrate family planning into the building up of mental civilization by offering comprehensive services
, Population Research 5(1): 34-40 (1988)

To intervene or not in transplanted coronary artery disease
, Journal of Invasive Cardiology 12(6): 316 (2000)

To interview a child: implications of research on children's memory
, Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 61(4-5): 215-222 (1996)

To intubate or not to intubate: that is the question
, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 9(1): 9-10 (1994)

To invest or not to invest? Guidelines for evaluating investments in new technology
, Healthcare Executive 13(3): 22-26 (1998)

To judge the judges--kappa, ROC or what?
, Archives d'Anatomie et de Cytologie Pathologiques 43(4): 227-233 (1995)

To just say NO or I don't inhale?
, Critical Care Medicine 29(6): 1284-1285 (2001)

To keep quality care, keep the profit motive. Interview by Robert J. Roos
, Postgraduate Medicine 94(4): 93 (1993)

To keep the catch - that is the question: a personal account of the 3rd Annual EULAR Congress, Stockholm
, Arthritis research 4(5): E007 (2002)

To keep the visual welfare of the patient uppermost at all times
, Journal of the American Optometric Association 65(6): 389 (1994)

To keep your practice humming, get the right help
, Medical Economics 79(3): 32-4 37-8 (2002)

To kill a messenger
, South Dakota Journal of Medicine 46(5): 147 (1993)

To kill a nurse
, Revolution 8(3-4): 64-74 (1998)

To kill or not to kill: a question of wartime ethics
, Nursing Ethics 3(2): 150-156 (1996)

To kill or not to kill: the genetic relationship between a parasite and an endophyte
, Trends in Microbiology 1(7): 252-254 (1993)

To kill two birds with one stone: a general concept in gene regulation?
, Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 22(3): 110 (2001)

To kill, or not to kill..
, Journal of the American Osteopathic Association 102(4): 205-206 (2002)

To know better the dangers of oxygen bottles
, Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 1998(627): 49-51 (1998)

To know chalk from cheese
, Journal of Cardiac Surgery 12(5): 360-361 (1997)

To know in order to transform. Information and knowledge for equity in health
, Revista Espanola de Salud Publica 75(2): 101-104 (2001)

To know is to act knowledge (Analects 2,17)
, Image--the Journal of Nursing Scholarship 31(4): 365-366 (1999)

To know no boundaries. Healthcare colony
, Profiles in healthcare marketing 1988(30): 6-9 (1988)

To know or not to know. Legal perspectives on genetic privacy and disclosure of an individual's genetic profile
, Journal of Legal Medicine 21(4): 557-592 (2000)

To know or not to know: a perilous conundrum for health care providers
, Bender's Health Care Law Monthly 1996: 11-13 (1996)

To know or not to know: the scientist's dilemma
, Australian Psychologist 11(1): 9-24 (1976)

To know or not to know? The question of AIDS testing
, Kentucky Hospitals Magazine 6(2): 26 28 (1989)

To know own diagnosis or not--that is the question
, Lakartidningen 98(14): 1695 (2001)

To know suffering
, Oncology Nursing Forum 20(10): 1471-1477 (1993)

To know that the physician is really listening
, Lakartidningen 96(3): 203-206 (1999)

To know the other side of the coin
, Atencion Primaria 22(7): 472-474 (1998)

To know what is before you. Developmental screening in children
, Advance for Nurse Practitioners 10(2): 55-58 (2002)

To know what sort of person has a disease
, Journal of Neuroscience Nursing: Journal of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses 34(3): 116 (2002)

To know you is to trust you: parents' trust is rooted in child disclosure of information
, Journal of Adolescence 22(6): 737-752 (1999)

To know your patient's name
, Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 44: 16-8 23-5 (1998)

To know, you must pay
, Nursing New Zealand 1(4): 26 (1993)

To lead or lag?
, Foundation News 33(1): 18-25 (1992)

To lead or to follow? Dilemma of the NVQ
, Occupational Health; a Journal for Occupational Health Nurses 46(1): 12 14-6 (1994)

To learn from aging phenomena--mental disease and aging
, Nihon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Geriatrics 39(2): 157-159 (2002)

To leave or not to leave? A retrospective review of appendectomy during diagnostic laparoscopy for chronic pelvic pain
, Missouri Medicine 99(9): 502-504 (2002)

To leave or to stay? Or to leave and stay. Kikuyu migrations in Kenya
, L' Homme; Revue Francaise d'Anthropologie 37(142): 69-88 (1997)

To lift or to leave?
, Nursing Times 94(40): 28-29 (1998)

To ligate or not to ligate the hernial sac in adults?
, Saudi Medical Journal 21(11): 1068-1070 (2000)

To ligate or sclerose: beginning of a new era in the management of esophageal varices?
, Hepatology 17(4): 746-748 (1993)

To link or not to link: pharmaceutical care and medication dispensing
, Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 41(4): 514 516 (2001)

To listen without wasting time
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 119(8): 1195 (1999)

To live a life half dead, a living death
, Anaesthesia 36(3): 253-256 (1981)

To live a normal life: history and health behavior
, JAMA 271(1): 82-83 (1994)

To live and accept death
, Servir 49(5): 210-212 (2001)

To live and die in Arizona
, Annals of Emergency Medicine 22(11): 1748-1750 (1993)

To live and let die
, Newsweek 96(1): 58 (1980)

To live forever
, Tennessee Medicine: Journal of the Tennessee Medical Association 91(11): 415-416 (1998)

To live happily, we live secretly. The knowledge of virus reservoirs is essential for the fight against infectious diseases
, Verhandelingen - Koninklijke Academie Voor Geneeskunde van Belgie 62(1): 1-13 (2000)

To live independently into old age
, Pflege Zeitschrift 54(2): 89-91 (2001)

To live longer, eat less! (McCay, 1934-1939)
, Journal of nutrition 127(5 Suppl): 1039S-1041S (1997)

To live or die--a cell's choice
, Essays in Biochemistry 37: 109-120 (2001)

To live or not to live: that depends on GAGE?
, Cancer Biology and Therapy 1(4): 388-390 (2002)

To live together without marriage: the relevant data
, Futuribles 1986(99): 55-74 (1986)

To live until I die
, Journal of Christian Nursing: a Quarterly Publication of Nurses Christian Fellowship 13(3): 28 (1996)

To live with saints
, Health Progress 69(4): 88 (1988)

To live, not only to survive
, International Journal of Nursing Practice 4(1): 59-61 (1998)

To live, to keep alive, to let die
, Chest 106(6): 1646-1648 (1994)

To love the stranger
, Conservative Judaism 51(4): 11-12 (1999)

To lump or to split. The importance of tender points
, Journal of Rheumatology 28(10): 2362-2363 (2001)

To lump or to split?
, Ophthalmic Paediatrics and Genetics 14(4): 141-142 (1993)

To lyse or not to lyse: is it genetic?
, Italian Heart Journal: Official Journal of the Italian Federation of Cardiology 2(9): 652-655 (2001)

To maintain and disseminate
, Radiologic Technology 72(1): 59-60 (2000)

To maintain their offices and their practices in keeping with professional standards
, Journal of the American Optometric Association 65(6): 407-408 (1994)

To make a difference: the founding of the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America
, Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine new York 68(2): 113-116 (2001)

To make a drama out of trauma is fully justified
, Lancet 351(9115): 1579-1580 (1998)

To make a seamless garment, use a single piece of cloth
, Conscience 17(3): 10-21 (1996)

To make distinction between negligence and criminality in health care
, Lakartidningen 91(8): 704 706 (1994)

To make right things or to make things right? Difficult balancing of clinical audit of psychiatric care
, Lakartidningen 96(6): 610-612 (1999)

To make the road less lonely: the volunteer in hospice care
, Volunteer Leader 20(3): 1-7 (1979)

To make the spirit whole
, Harvard Educational Review 59(3): 367-378 (1989)

To make things correctly, and to make the correct things
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 116(17): 1989 (1996)

To make uniform of the cervical lymph nodes for surgery of the esophageal cancer
, Folia Morphologica 55(4): 384-385 (1996)

To manage by objective you must understand the objective
, Administrative Radiology: Ar 12(11): 70-71 (1993)

To manage or to be managed. This is a question?
, Administrative Radiology: Ar 14(2): 42-44 (1995)

To manage or to be managed: that is the question
, Health Care Management 2(1): 89-100 (1995)

To manage, to learn, to understand in child psychotherapy
, Soins. Psychiatrie 1993(152-153): 5-7 (1993)

To map or not to map
, Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology 13(2): 108-109 (2002)

To market to market...
, Health Service Journal 101(5278): 22-23 (1991)

To market we should go!
, Advance for Nurse Practitioners 8(4): 16 (2000)

To market, to market, to sell a hospital
, Times 19(1): 3-6 (1978)

To market, to market. Hillcrest's brave, new plan
, Osteopathic Hospital Leadership 32(3): 8 (1988)

To market, to market. Is the Internet changing marketing fundamentals for long-term care suppliers?
, Contemporary Longterm Care 23(11): Suppl 10-1 (2000)

To market, to market. Physician groups seek tax-exempt financing to compete with hospitals
, Modern Healthcare 22(9): 47-8 50 52-4 (1992)

To market, to market. The nuts and bolts of prescription drug approval
, Advance for Nurse Practitioners 9(4): 87-90 (2001)

To market, to market: cloning as an art?
, Second Opinion 2001(6): 5-22 (2001)

To market, to market: corporatisation, privatisation and hospital costs
, Australian Health Review: a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association 20(2): 13-25 (1997)

To market-led Ministers of Health
, Health Care Analysis: Hca: Journal of Health Philosophy and Policy 1(1): 95-97 (1993)

To mask or not to mask: a note on the 1918 Spanish influenza epidemic in Tucson
, Journal of Arizona History 25(2): 191-204 (1984)

To master severe epilepsy requires multicompetent measures
, Lakartidningen 97(4): 367 369 (2000)

To match or not to match: the question for chronically transfused patients with sickle cell anemia
, Transfusion 34(7): 558-560 (1994)

To measure communication, that is the question
, Atencion Primaria 29(3): 142-144 (2002)

To measure physical performance in many sports is often very easy and is also done with great precision
, Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 10(3): 119-122 (2000)

To measure pressure for pleasure--or is intracoronary pressure gauging pressing?
, Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions: Official Journal of the Society for Cardiac Angiography and Interventions 49(1): 17-18 (2000)

To measure the measurable
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 158(42): 5952-5953 (1996)

To meet arguments of scepticism is not to prove that it is false
, Lakartidningen 97(50): 5956 (2000)

To meet community needs a facility must know itself
, Provider 13(5): 59 (1987)

To meet goals, reform must retain spirit of competition
, Modern Healthcare 23(25): 22 (1993)

To meet with a stroke: patients' experiences and aspects seen through a screen of crises
, Journal of Advanced Nursing 25(5): 953-963 (1997)

To meet wound care needs in the managed care environment
, Ostomy/Wound Management 42(6): 6-7 (1996)

To meet, to gossip
, Current Biology: Cb 6(3): 222 (1996)

To merge or not to merge: it's a question of survival
, Trustee: the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards 32(11): 36-37 (1979)

To minimize complications, is it essential that implant abutments be surrounded by keratinized tissue?
, International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants 12(1): 127 (1997)

To modulate or not to modulate; to infuse or to bolus; the enigma of 5-fluorouracil is still alive after all these years
, Journal of Infusional ChemoTherapy 6(2): 82-83 (1996)

To monitor or not to monitor
, Pediatric Dentistry 16(2): 84 (1994)

To move or not to move, that is the question: two different paradigms of locomoting cells--the lymphocyte and the metastatic tumour cell
, Cancer Letters 118(2): 131-134 (1997)

To my dear labor union--if I had any (worth the name)...
, Lakartidningen 97(48): 5684 (2000)

To my dismay
, Ophthalmology 107(2): 228 (2000)

To my hospital's computer, I'm just a big spender
, Medical Economics 68(21): 105-6 108 (1991)

To nail in the coffin of medicine
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 119(15): 2240 (1999)

To need or not to need..
, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 11(4): 243-244 (1996)

To net or not to net: confessions of a 'tweener
, Journal of the American College of Dentists 66(2): 40-42 (1999)

To nurse burn patients efficiently
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 86(2): 72-73 (1993)

To nurse the nurses. The formation of the Alumni Association of the Presbyterian Hospital Training School for Nurses, 1899
, Alumni Magazine 88(1): 8-12 (1994)

To nurse the young: breastfeeding and infant feeding in late Imperial China
, Journal of Family History 20(3): 217-238 (1995)

To offer or not to offer: the role of price in employers' health insurance decisions
, Health Services Research 36(5): 935-958 (2001)

To open or not to open, that is the question
, Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift 111(16): 615-617 (1999)

To operate or not to operate? The value of fine needle aspiration cytology in the assessment of thyroid swellings
, Journal of Clinical Pathology 50(11): 941-943 (1997)

To our residents. Unbecoming becomingness of neurological practice, 1984
, Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha-Honor Medical Society. Alpha Omega Alpha 62(4): 26-27 (1999)

To our students. Medicine and the two brains
, Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha-Honor Medical Society. Alpha Omega Alpha 62(4): 37-39 (1999)

To our students. Please say "please"
, Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha-Honor Medical Society. Alpha Omega Alpha 62(4): 40 (1999)

To outsource in lead discovery: the devil or the deep blue sea?
, Journal of Biomolecular Screening 5(3): 113-118 (2000)

To outsource or not to outsource
, Journal of Healthcare Resource Management 14(3): 17-19 (1996)

To pace or not to pace. Biatrial stimulation--a therapeutic option in atrial fibrillation?
, Zeitschrift für Kardiologie 86(7): 483-484 (1997)

To paralyze or not to paralyze?
, Hospital Medicine 60(9): 688 (1999)

To participate or not; that was and is the question for Medicare providers
, College Review 5(2): 41-46 (1988)

To partner or not to partner? More than ever, hospitals are open to working with SNFs
, Contemporary Longterm Care 22(3): 36 (1999)

To patch or not to patch: what is your threshold for patch testing?
, American journal of contact dermatitis: official journal of the American Contact Dermatitis Society 10(2): 94-97 (1999)

To pauperize or empower: public health nursing at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries
, Public Health Nursing 13(3): 163-169 (1996)

To pay or not to pay: respondents' motivation for participating in research
, Addiction 96(9): 1237-1238 (2001)

To pay or not to pay? A decision and cost-utility analysis of angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitor therapy for diabetic nephropathy
, Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 162(2): 195-198 (2000)

To pediatricians who care for infants with Wolman's disease. Advice for an efficacious treatment
, Minerva Pediatrica 45(3): 131 (1993)

To pee or not to pee: reconsidering the need for urinalysis
, Journal of Drug Education 32(4): 261-270 (2002)

To peel or not to peel... ...and further questions on the management of macular holes
, Der Ophthalmologe: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Ophthalmologischen Gesellschaft 99(8): 599-600 (2002)

To perforate or not to perforate-that's the question...or is it? just ask Richard!
, Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis 42(4): 403-404 (1997)

To perform measurement of lung function of very small children is possible. But the need of sedation implies limitations
, Lakartidningen 99(39): 3814-3816 (2002)

To perform or not to perform liver biopsy-that is the question
, Gut 51(1): 9-10 (2002)

To peritonealise or not to peritonealise? A randomised trial at abdominal hysterectomy in Iran
, Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology: the Journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 21(5): 520-524 (2001)

To picture pregnancy and birth--is it allowed?
, Lakartidningen 99(34): 3316-3319 (2002)

To pilot or not to pilot, that is the question. Choosing your first step in restructuring? Look before you leap!
, Review 1993: 6-7 (1993)

To place or not to place: making the nursing home decision
, Kentucky Nurse 47(4): 20 (1999)

To place provisionals or not--that is the question
, General Dentistry 47(2): 192-194 (1999)

To play or not to play
, Foot and Ankle International 19(7): 423-424 (1998)

To play system game, you need more than the pieces
, Modern Healthcare 26(26): 142 144 (1996)

To practice evidence-based medicine. What does it really say, how do the clinicians want the evidence be served and how can the information be refined without being out-of-date?
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 163(32): 4169-4171 (2001)

To prep or not to prep
, Dentistry Today 16(7): 54 (1997)

To prepare the future: analysis of the occupational changes in the dispensary pharmacist's profession. 2nd: Necessity of a common project linking the university and the chemist's shop: practical proposals
, Annales Pharmaceutiques Francaises 55(2): 77-85 (1997)

To prepare the future: analysis of the occupational changes in the dispensary pharmacist's profession. 3rd: Reinventing the profession
, Annales Pharmaceutiques Francaises 55(2): 86-90 (1997)

To prepare the future: analysis of the occupational changes in the dispensary pharmacist's profession. Necessity of a common project linking the university and the chemist's shop
, Annales Pharmaceutiques Francaises 54(5): 202-210 (1996)

To prescribe or not to prescribe?
, Primary Dental Care: Journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners 8(2): 47 (2001)

To preserve or not to preserve, is that the question?
, British Journal of Ophthalmology 80(7): 583-584 (1996)

To preserve the relation with the family
, Soins. Psychiatrie 2000(206): 4-6 (2000)

To prevent alcohol problems in Europe by community actions--various national and regional contexts
, Substance use and Misuse 35(1-2): 11-30 (2000)

To prevent malpractice litigation, document the breast mass workup
, Jaapa: Official Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 14(3): 27-30 33-4 39-40 Passim (2001)

To prevent or not to prevent bacterial endocarditis--that is the question!
, Clinical Infectious Diseases: An Official Publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 17(2): 195-197 (1993)

To prevent or to cure myocardial infarction with antibiotics? Not yet
, La Clinica Terapeutica 152(3): 183-184 (2001)

To probe into the practicability of using the jaw position of eliminating TMJ clicks as the therapeutic position of repositioning splint
, Zhonghua Kou Qiang Yi Xue Za Zhi 35(6): 465-466 (2000)

To probe the origin of activation effect of carboxylic acid and (+)-NLE in tridentated titanium catalyst systems
, Journal of the American Chemical Society 124(50): 14866-14867 (2002)

To profit or not to profit
, Fund Raising Management 22(3): 50 52 (1991)

To proliferate or to divide - to be or not to be
, Early Pregnancy 5(1): 63-64 (2001)

To prolong life or let die
, C.H.A.C. Review 10(6): 9-12 (1982)

To prolong life or to let die?
, Catholic Hospital 4(4): 95-98+ (1976)

To promote and maintain cordial and unselfish relationships with members of their own profession and of other professions for the exchange of information to the advantage of mankind
, Journal of the American Optometric Association 65(6): 411-413 (1994)

To promote excellence, ethics, and professionalism in dentistry
, Journal of the American College of Dentists 66(4): 5-6 (1999)

To promote hospital activities for the patient safety
, Gan to Kagaku Ryoho. Cancer and ChemoTherapy 28(3): 317 (2001)

To promote socialization and high efficiency high quality of prehospital emergency care
, Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi 76(11): 805-806 (1996)

To promote the collaboration in clinical study of aplastic anemia
, Zhonghua Xue Ye Xue Za Zhi 20(4): 173-174 (1999)

To protect those who serve
, New England Journal of Medicine 344(13): 1018-1019 (2001)

To provide good care, you have to get in the game
, Ostomy/Wound Management 46(10): 8 (2000)

To publish in all the languages of the Spanish State
, Atencion Primaria 25(1): 60-62 (2000)

To publish or not to publish
, Science 295(5561): 1793 (2002)

To pump or not to pump
, Heart Surgery Forum 4(Suppl): S5-S6 (2001)

To purchase or lease?
, Northwest Dentistry 77(1): 33-36 (1998)

To push or not to push--a personal experience
, Irish Medical Journal 93(9): 280 (2000)

To push or to pull. That is the question. The subtleties of store-and-forward telemedicine
, Telemedicine Today 6(6): 30-32 (1998)

To quantify experience? Methodological issues in the behavioural/psychological treatment of complex partial seizures
, Seizure 10(1): 48-55 (2001 )

To quebec!
, Canadian Journal of Cardiology 15(10): 1067-1069 (1999)

To question or not to question?
, Birth 29(4): 223-224 (2002)

To radiation diagnosis of renal cancer with solitary metastasis into bone system
, Vestnik Rentgenologii i Radiologii 1997(1): 35-38 (1997)

To raise critical care in China to a higher standard
, Zhonghua Wai Ke Za Zhi 35(7): 387-388 (1997)

To randomise or not to randomise: methodological pitfalls of the RCT design in psychosocial intervention studies
, European Journal of Cancer Care 6(3): 222-230 (1997)

To rank with safety. A new statistical method shows the way
, Lakartidningen 97(3): 185-186 (2000)

To rare manifestations of lymphogranulomatosis
, Vestnik Rentgenologii i Radiologii 1997(5): 33-35 (1997)

To ration or not to ration: that is the question
, Nursingconnections 8(4): 26-30 (1995)

To ration or not to ration?
, U.S. News and World Report 113(6): 24 26 (1992)

To re-emphasize the need for fluoride in blood samples for glucose-level testing
, Jpma. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 48(4): 113-114 (1998)

To re-engineer or not to re-engineer: a prescription for success
, Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics 19(2): 71-72 (1994)

To re-use or dispose: can safety be guaranteed?
, New Zealand Health and Hospital 46(1): 18-19 (1994)

To reach and teach with the Internet
, JAMA 278(21): 1789 (1997)

To really sell good health care, try a little show biz
, Medical Economics 56(18): 117-8 120 125 (1979)

To recommend or not to recommend soy foods
, Journal of the American Dietetic Association 94(11): 1253-1254 (1994)

To reconstruct or not
, Ophthalmology 107(6): 1022-1023 (2000)

To reconstruct or not to reconstruct?
, New England Journal of Medicine 347(24): 1906-1907 (2002)

To record or not to record: documentation in clinical supervision
, British Journal of Nursing 9(6): 350-355 (2000)

To recruit or not derecruit: that is the question
, Critical Care Medicine 30(8): 1925-1927 (2002)

To reduce costs hospitals must identify fixed and variable costs
, Hospital Financial Management 36(3): 50-54 (1982)

To reduce excessive costs of incontinence: HILMAS may help (Hartmann Incontinence Logistic Management and Assessment System)
, Pflege Zeitschrift 54(2): 87-88 (2001)

To reduce spending, more employers establish on-site health care clinics
, Business and Health 11(9): 20 (1993)

To reduce your seroma rate
, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 103(3): 1098-1099 (1999)

To refer or consult, to ask or not--those are the questions
, Annals of Allergy Asthma and Immunology: Official Publication of the American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology 83(3): 175-176 (1999)

To reform Huriet's law
, Annales de Dermatologie et de Venereologie 128(8-9): 853-855 (2001)

To reinforce the link between research and practice--a doctorate in nursing science
, L'Infirmiere du Quebec: Revue Officielle de l'Ordre des Infirmieres et Infirmiers du Quebec 4(5): 39-40 (1997)

To reintroduce school BCG or abolish it - the dilemma for the newly formed health authorities
, Journal of Public Health Medicine 20(4): 486-487 (1998)

To reirradiate or not to reirradiate?
, International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics 29(4): 913; Discussion 919 (1994)

To relieve and console and not to hurt
, Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 117(23): 2463-2465 (2001)

To relieve suffering
, Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 90(2): 88 (1997)

To remain in the same general practice grade
, Lakartidningen 95(26-27): 3028-3029 (1998)

To remain players, teaching hospitals must sell vision, heed the market
, Medical Network Strategy Report 4(1): 1-4 (1995)

To repair an ecosystem
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 118(7): 1026 (1998)

To repair or not to repair incidental defects found on laparoscopic repair of groin hernia: early results of a randomized control trial
, Surgical Endoscopy 15(1): 47-49 (2001)

To replace or not to replace vitamins and minerals in CVVH: This is the question
, Critical Care Medicine 27(1): 36 (1999)

To report or not to report: emergency services response to elder abuse
, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 10(2): 96-100 (1995)

To report or not to report: physicians' response to elder abuse
, Journal of Health and Human Resources Administration 13(1): 52-70 (1990)

To report or not to report: that is the question
, Hospital Pharmacy 17(3): 114 116 (1982)

To report or not?
, Nuclear Medicine Communications 18(6): 589 (1997)

To reprocess or not to reprocess
, Modern Healthcare 30(30): 34-35 (2000)

To respect human life
, Philosophy in Context 2: 16-22 (1973)

To respond always
, Annals of Internal Medicine 120(8): 688 (1994)

To restrain or not to restrain?
, Rn 61(7): 55-60 (1998)

To resuscitate or not ... in the operating room: the need for hospital policies for surgeons regarding DNR orders
, Annals of Health Law 6: 209-227 (1997)

To resuscitate or not to resuscitate? DNR, DNAR or ...?
, Clinical Medicine 1(6): 429 (2001)

To resuscitate or not: a dilemma in terminal cancer care
, Resuscitation 49(3): 289-297 (2001)

To retreat or not to retreat? That is the question
, Journal ) 1992: 31-34 (1992)

To return or not to return? Politics vs. economics in China's brain drain
, Studies in Comparative International Development 32(1): 92-125 (1997)

To reuse or not reuse: reuse of phacoemulsification needle tips, their efficacy, and patient response
, Insight 21(2): 45-48 (1996)

To reuse or not to reuse? An economic evaluation of hemodialyzer reuse versus conventional single-use hemodialysis for chronic hemodialysis patients
, International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 18(1): 81-93 (2002)

To reuse your circuit: the HME debate
, Aana Journal 67(5): 433-439 (1999)

To reverse or not to reverse: an evaluation of reversal of mivacurium chloride in women undergoing outpatient gynecological procedures
, American Journal of Therapeutics 4(9-10): 315-322 (1997)

To reverse or not to reverse: when is an ambiguous figure not ambiguous?
, American Journal of Psychology 112(1): 41-71 (1999)

To review or not to review: antitrust liabilities and peer review protections
, Journal of Health and Hospital Law: a Publication of the American Academy of Hospital Attorneys of the American Hospital Association 27(11): 321-36 351-2 (1994)

To revise or retreat--your choice
, Journal of Endodontics 28(12): 799 (2002)

To revitalize corporate performance, we need a whole new model of strategy. Strategic intent
, Harvard Business Review 67(3): 63-76 (1989)

To reward? ... or not to reward?: questioning the wisdom of using external reinforcement in health promotion programs
, American Journal of Health Promotion: Ajhp 13(1): 1-3 (1998)

To rinse or not to rinse in Piteå Hospital?
, Lakartidningen 90(24): 2291-2292 (1993)

To rule out chromosomal abnormalities: a sagacious view
, Lancet 348(9035): 1173-1174 (1996)

To run or not to run? That is the question: exercise and reduced risk of coronary heart disease
, British Journal of Clinical Practice 47(4): 211-213 (1993)

To sail and navigate on the sea of medicine
, Lakartidningen 97(36): 3869 (2000)

To salt or not to salt
, Home Healthcare Nurse 18(2): 87-88 (2000)

To sample or not to sample? Cutting case reviews can save time
, Hospital Case Management: the Monthly Update on Hospital-Based Care Planning and Critical Paths 3(8): 128-130 (1995)

To save a fetus, should a brain-dead woman be kept 'alive'
, Hastings Center Report 12(6): 3 (1982)

To save a life
, Occupational Health and Safety 67(12): 32-35 (1998)

To save and to let go
, Health Management Quarterly: Hmq 12(3): 2-7 (1990)

To save or let die
, Tablet 232(7181): 174-175 (1978)

To save the logic, the facts must fit
, Journal of Clinical Ethics 5(2): 158-159 (1994)

To save time and money, fax it!
, Health Progress 70(5): 78 80 (1989)

To say it correctly
, Ginecologia y Obstetricia de Mexico 70: 111 (2002)

To say what is ours
, Journal of the new Jersey Dental Association 65(2): 75-76 (1994)

To scan or not to scan, it is a question of timing: technetium-99m-annexin V radionuclide imaging assessment of treatment efficacy after one course of chemotherapy
, Clinical Cancer Research: An Official Journal of the American Association for Cancer Research 8(9): 2757-2758 (2002)

To scan or not to scan? High-tech health screening is coming to a neighborhood near you--but is it worthwhile?
, Health News 8(4): 5 (2002)

To scan--or not to scan?
, Ugeskrift for Laeger 160(23): 3415-3416 (1998)

To scope or not to scope: still a question
, Hepatology 33(2): 471-472 (2001)

To scope or not to scope: the role of endoscopy in the evaluation of AIDS-related diarrhea
, American Journal of Gastroenterology 91(11): 2261-2262 (1996)

To screen new drugs for safety, Lilly pays homeless alcoholics: it's 'quick cash' to habitues of Indianapolis shelters; it vanishes quickly, too
, Wall Street Journal 1996: A1 A10 (1996)

To screen or not to screen for HIV in pregnant women. Pros and cons of routine screening and use of home test kits
, Postgraduate Medicine 102(1): 77-8 83-6 89-90 (1997)

To screen or not to screen for cervical cancer
, European Journal of Cancer 29a(16): 2218-2220 (1993)

To screen or not to screen--that is the question in perinatal depression
, Medical Journal of Australia 177(S7): S101-S105 (2002)

To screen or not to screen. How do we decide on which cancer screening activities to embark upon?
, European Journal of Cancer 30a(6): 884-886 (1994)

To screen or not to screen: how to improve clinical trials
, Journal of Cardiac Failure 4(3): 237-238 (1998)

To screen or not to screen: symptoms identifying primary care medical patients in need of screening for depression
, International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 28(3): 293-302 (1998 )

To screen or not to screen: the issue of breast cancer screening in older women
, Public Health Reviews 29(2-4): 231-240 (2001)

To screen or not to screen: using spiral computerized tomography in the early detection of lung cancer
, Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 6(4): 223-224 (2002)

To screen or not to screen: when should screening be offered?
, Community Genetics 1(3): 145-147 (1998)

To screen or not to screen? Bacterial vaginosis in pregnancy
, Journal of Family Practice 48(11): 897-898 (1999)

To screen or not to screen? The case of celiac disease
, Recenti Progressi in Medicina 87(11): 519-522 (1996)

To screen or not to screen? The prostate cancer question
, Annals of Oncology: Official Journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology 7(7): 648-649 (1996)

To screen or systematically treat a population at risk? A method based on the analysis of costs applicable at the level of district health
, Bulletin of the World Health Organization 71(5): 587-594 (1993)

To screen, clone and sequence TIGR gene mutation in Chinese patients with primary open- angle glaucoma
, Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology 36(6): 416-419 (2000)

To screen: perchance to treat
, Cmaj: Canadian Medical Association Journal 161(1): 20 (1999)

To seal or not to seal
, Dental Economics-Oral Hygiene 83(9): 8890 (1993)

To sedate a dying patient--an ethical dilemma
, Lakartidningen 96(44): 4821-4823 (1999)

To see and not be seen: Latin American illegal foreign workers in Jerusalem
, International Migration 37(2): 413-436 (1999)

To see and remember: visually specific information is retained in memory from previously attended objects in natural scenes
, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 8(4): 761-768 (2001)

To see better to the left when looking more to the right: effects of gaze direction and frames of spatial coordinates in unilateral neglect
, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: Jins 5(1): 75-82 (1999)

To see from light--biophysics of visual signal transduction
, Zeitschrift für Medizinische Physik 11(4): 217-225 (2001)

To see oneself in a context--medicine and historia--the two cultures
, Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin Ny Raekke 120(30): 3746-3748 (2000)

To see or not to see, that is the question: MR imaging of acute skeletal trauma
, Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 176(1): 1 (2001)

To see or not to see. Perceptions of equality in a Swedish university hospital
, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 13(4): 227-233 (1999)

To see or not to see? Midwives' perceptions of reduced antenatal attendances for 'low-risk' women
, Midwifery 15(4): 257-263 (1999)

To see ourselves. Radiology's place in the world of medicine
, Diagnostic Imaging 21(11): 102-9 220 (1999)

To see the Thing Itself: the influence of early object loss on the life and art of Edward Weston
, Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis 23(4): 671-691 (1995)

To see the world in a grain of sand
, Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery 6(4): 163-168 (2000)

To select and measure the biomechanical properties of bone of rat
, Sheng Wu Yi Xue Gong Cheng Xue Za Zhi 18(4): 547-551 (2001)

To sell or not to sell: a tale of two practices
, Managed Care 4(8): 27-30 32-3 (1995)

To set trends you must know change
, Provider 12(12): 4-6 (1986)

To settle or not to settle
, Today's Surgical Nurse 21(2): 46-47 (1999)

To shock or not to shock: that is the question
, Annals of Emergency Medicine 38(3): 278-281 (2001)

To shoot a sparrow
, Annals of Emergency Medicine 38(6): 700-702 (2001)

To sign or not to sign verbal orders
, Journal of Ahima 69(5): 62 64 (1998)

To sign or not to sign: physician participation in Medicare, 1984
, Health Care Financing Review 10(1): 17-26 (1988)

To sign, or not to sign: evaluating networks from Timbuktu
, Pennsylvania Medicine 99(3): 10-11 (1996)

To silanate or not to silanate: making a clinical decision
, Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry 21(8): 659 (2000)

To sing in a choir and be healthy--which are the mediating mechanisms?
, Scandinavian Journal of Social Medicine 26(3): 238 (1998)

To sleep deeply, perchance to wake refreshed
, Chest 119(6): 1633-1634 (2001)

To sleep, perchance to breathe. Implications for the failing heart
, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 160(4): 1077-1078 (1999)

'To sleep perchance to dream'
, Nursing New Zealand 3(8): 13-15 (1997)

To sleep, perchance to eat
, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 82(5): 1311-1312 (1997)

To sleep, perchance to leak
, European Respiratory Journal 14(6): 1241-1243 (1999)

To sleep, perchance..
, Journal of the American Osteopathic Association 93(6): 659 663-4 (1993)

To sleep--perchance to dream ... of affective disorders
, American Journal of Psychiatry 153(1): 134-135 (1996)

To sleep--perchance to dream: sedation of children for painful procedures
, Critical Care Medicine 26(11): 1791-1792 (1998)

To smell a rose
, Medical Journal of Australia 164(8): 512 (1996)

To smile again. Reanimation for unilateral facial palsy
, British Journal of Perioperative Nursing: the Journal of the National Association of Theatre Nurses 10(1): 16-21 (2000)

To smoke or not to smoke, in restaurants, hotels, and bars
, Salud Publica de Mexico 44(Suppl): S136-S143 (2002)

To smoke or not to smoke--this is a question. To age or not to age is not a question but whether to age actively and involved is a question
, Tennessee Nurse 59(1): 27 (1996)

To smooth discharge, check bed 'life cycle'
, Hospital case management: the monthly update on hospital-based care planning and critical paths 10(4): 61-62 (2002)

To solo or not to solo
, Journal of the American Dental Association 128(2): 233-235 (1997)

To spank or not to spank
, Pediatrics 103(3): 696; Author Reply 697-8 (1999)

To speak and be heard
, Conscience 19(4): 16-21 (1999)

To speak for the dead, to protect the living
, Lancet 344(8933): 1367-1368 (1994)

To speak in tongues: language, diversity and psychoanalysis
, Journal of Analytical Psychology 47(3): 359-382 (2002)

To speak or not to speak? Self-disclosure with patients
, American Journal of Nursing 99(1 Part 1): 34-38; Quiz 39 (1999)

To speak plainly: BC, BPCO, BPCONA? Or BOT?
, Revue des Maladies Respiratoires 12(6): 521-524 (1995)

To splint or not to splint--past philosophy and present practice: Part I
, Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation 17(5): 444-453 (1996)

To splint or not to splint: past philosophy and current practice--Part II
, Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation 18(1 Pt 1): 64-71 (1997)

To split or not to split (radiopharmaceutical kits): that is the question
, Nuclear Medicine Communications 18(1): 1-2 (1997)

To spread and make use of guidelines for hypertension in the elderly--1999 revised version
, Nihon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Geriatrics 37(9): 705-708 (2000)

To squat or not to squat--that is the question
, European Journal of Cancer Prevention: the Official Journal of the European Cancer Prevention Organisation 8(6): 543-544 (1999)

To stain ... or not to stain
, Rdh 19(7): 44 (1999)