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How did the recent increase in the supply of coronary operations in Finland affect socioeconomic and gender equity in their use?
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    Interpreting changes in relative inequalities in receipt of procedures

    Dear Editor

    Studies of changing inequalities in receipt of procedures like that carried out with respect to revascularization by Hetemaa et al.[1] need to be undertaken with an appreciation of the statistical tendency whereby the rarer an outcome the greater the relative difference in rates of experiencing it and the smaller the relative difference in rates of avoiding it.[2-6]

    Most research into inequa...

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