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Associations between specific autoimmune diseases and subsequent dementia: retrospective record-linkage cohort study, UK.

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Gender identity disorders and multiple sclerosis risk: A national record-linkage study.

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Coexistence of eating disorders and autoimmune diseases: Record linkage cohort study, UK.

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Authors' response.

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Age at obesity and association with subsequent dementia: record linkage study.

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Age at obesity and association with subsequent dementia: Record linkage study

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Record-linkage studies of the coexistence of epilepsy and bipolar disorder.

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Record-linkage studies of the coexistence of epilepsy and bipolar disorder

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Association between cholecystectomy and intestinal cancer: a national record linkage study.

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Risk of invasive pneumococcal disease in people admitted to hospital with selected immune-mediated diseases: record linkage cohort analyses.

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Increased risk of tuberculosis disease in people with diabetes mellitus: record-linkage study in a UK population.

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