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    “…The appropriate diagnosis of biceps incarceration or instability remains challenging, with failure to address instability being likely to result in persistent pain and disability despite arthroscopic management of concomitant shoulder pathology. …”
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    “…Herniation of intra-abdominal organs, a rare form of rectus sheath midline herniations, is seldom seen, and incarcerations in these cases are rare. A 56-year-old male presented with complaints of irreducible epigastric swelling. …”
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    “…However, under federal law, states must either suspend or terminate eligibility once they are incarcerated. We hypothesize that prompt re-acquisition of Medicaid eligibility following release from incarceration lowers the risk of re-incarceration. …”
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    “…Despite the disproportionate prevalence of incarceration in communities of color, few studies have examined its contribution to health disparities. …”
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    “…METHODS: In the present study, differences in the mother-son relationship characteristics between families of incarcerated (N = 129) and non-incarcerated (N = 324) adolescents were examined, and it was analyzed if these differences between incarcerated and non-incarcerated adolescents were the same for Moroccans and native Dutch. …”
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    “…We leveraged a national cohort of veterans who experienced reentry at age ≥ 65 years (N=5,920) and compared their risk of dementia or MCI to an age- and sex-matched never incarcerated sample (N=29,600). Those in the reentry sample were incarcerated for ≤10 consecutive years, experienced reentry between 10/01/2012 and 9/30/2018, and did not have a pre-incarceration MCI or dementia diagnosis per VA and CMS healthcare records (N=5,920). …”
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    “…An emergent right groin exploration revealed an incarcerated and injected non-perforated appendix and an indirect hernia. …”
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    “…Smoking cessation interventions are needed to reduce smoking during incarceration.…”
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    by Randall, George, Bishop, Alex
    Published 2020
    “…Religiosity tends to mitigate mental health challenges for incarcerated males. Further, negative life events experienced during childhood tend to exacerbate young adult challenges, resulting in incarceration. …”
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    “…Research on incarceration has focused on prisons, but jail detention is far more common than imprisonment. …”
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    “…The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has spotlighted the role of America's overcrowded prisons as vectors of ill health, but robust analyses of the degree to which high rates of incarceration impact population-level health outcomes remain scarce. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: Racial and ethnic minority status, structural racism, low educational attainment, and poverty are consistently associated with cancer disparities and with higher rates of incarceration. The objective of this scoping review is to conduct a qualitative synthesis of the literature on cancer prevalence, incidence, mortality, and disparities in these outcomes for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated patients, as this literature is fragmented and heterogenous. …”
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    “…Methods: We conducted a longitudinal study including a group of incarcerated (n = 86) and a group of non-incarcerated (n = 169) youths (12–18 years old). …”
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    “…RESULTS: Disparities were observed within the Indigenous Australian population across a number of important health and socio-economic markers by incarceration status - the most pronounced being for educational obtainment – year 10 completion (Never incarcerated 73%, Ever incarcerated 50%), labour force participation (Never incarcerated 56%, Ever incarcerated 26%) and drug/alcohol problems (Never incarcerated 7%, Ever incarcerated 29%). …”
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