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Volume 50, Number 4
April 2021

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Red blood cells trapped in a fibrin network in a blood clot, magnified 5,000 times in this scanning electron microscope image.

A recent review on COVID-19-induced coagulopathy found that severe COVID-19 patients had a significantly lower platelet count and a higher D-dimer level, prothrombin time and fibrinogen level than non-severe patients. Serial monitoring of all coagulation parameters may help to assess the disease progression.

Tackling osteoporosis and fragility fractures in Singapore

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Estimating the impact of COVID-19-induced coagulopathy

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Incidence and trends of ophthalmic cancer in Singapore: Data from Singapore Cancer Registry

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Accuracy of self-reported height, weight and BMI in a multiethnic Asian population

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Health-seeking behaviour of foreign workers in Singapore: Insights from emergency department visits

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