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    “…Twenty years after the birth of medical imaging from Röntgen's 1895 discovery, military authorities understood the advantage of visualising injuries of wounded soldiers and monitoring their treatment. In World War One, medical imaging equipment was difficult to use and had to be operated in challenging environments. …”
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    “…Changes in the clinical presentation of functional disorders and the influence of social and cultural factors can be investigated through the historical case notes from mental hospitals. World War I (WWI) was a potent trigger of functional disorders with neurological or psychiatric symptoms. …”
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    by Anstead, Gregory M
    Published 2016
    “…More than 1 million troops were infected with trench fever during World War 1, with each affected soldier unfit for duty for more than 60 days. …”
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    by Linden, Stefanie Caroline
    Published 2021
    “…During World War I, civilians became a target of the war machine. …”
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    “…World War I witnessed the admission of large numbers of German soldiers with neurological symptoms for which there was no obvious organic cause. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: Shigellosis (previously bacillary dysentery) was the primary diarrhoeal disease of World War 1, but outbreaks still occur in military operations, and shigellosis causes hundreds of thousands of deaths per year in developing nations. …”
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    by Hughes, Annmarie, Meek, Jeff
    Published 2014
    “…Using a range of parish records, records from the Registrar General of Scotland, charity organizations, and media reports, this article contributes to the historiography which evaluates the effects of World War I in Britain as well as the history of lone mothers and their children. …”
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    “…METHODS: After meticulous decontamination of 32 teeth collected from 31 World War I soldiers exhumed in Spincourt, France, dental pulps were extracted and cultured under strict anaerobiosis. …”
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    by Skinner, Rasjid, Kaplick, Paul M
    Published 2017
    “…SETTING: We have compared historical records from World War I to those of the Vietnam War. Reference is also made to observations of combat trauma reactions in pre-World War I conflicts, World War II, the Korean War, the Falklands War, and the First Gulf War. …”
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    “…From the Pioneer Era of the aviation to World War I the evolution of aircraft technology and chemical synthesis enabled a unique coexistence of traditional craftsmanship, artistic decoration practices, and technological advancements. …”
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    “…Since World War I, helmets have been used to protect the head in warfare, designed primarily for protection against artillery shrapnel. …”
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    “…Historically, his successor, William II, was assumed to have contributed to the causes of World War I. CONCLUSION: ORL radiotherapy came only eight years late to treat Frederick III who might have impeded World War I. …”
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