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Comparing the effects of infrastructure on bicycling injury at intersections and non-intersections using a case–crossover design
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    Vulnerabilities of the case-crossover method as applied to transportation injuries and traffic engineering problems

    The case-crossover method in its familiar application is to look for factors that recur when cases occur, for individuals crossing exposure to them as examined over a time interval. This study [1-3] applies the method in a different way, the exposures being examined over a spatial route, with neither the identified factors nor the various routes being independent of the highly constrained urban geographies of the se...

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    Removed: Vulnerabilities of the case-crossover method as applied, and unsuitability of the epidemiological approach, to transportation injuries and traffic engineering problems - Part I
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