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Effect of the 16-hour work limit on general surgery intern operative case volume: a multi-institutional study.
IMPORTANCE The 80-hour work-week limit for all residents was instituted in 2003 and studies looking at its effect have been mixed. Since the advent of the 16-hour mandate for postgraduate year 1Expand
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Percutaneous intraluminal US in the gallbladder and bile ducts.
The authors describe their initial experience with a dedicated intraluminal ultrasound (US) device that was coupled to a catheter and introduced percutaneously into the gallbladder and/or bile ducts.Expand
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Soviet Bloc and Western Bugging of Opponents’ Diplomatic Premises During the Early Cold War
This article examines Soviet Bloc and Western bugging of their opponents’ diplomatic premises in the early Cold War, from 1945 to the late 1960s. It explains the process of audio surveillance,Expand
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Code Words, Euphemisms and What They Can Tell Us About Cold War Anglo-American Communications Intelligence
Abstract This study examines the code words and euphemisms which protected Anglo-American communications intelligence (Comint) during the Cold War. It explains how the code word security systemExpand
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GCHQ and British External Policy in the 1960s
This study examines the role played by GCHQ during the 1960s. It looks at GCHQ's overseas Sigint collection network, its relationship with the NSA and the problems caused by decolonization, economicExpand
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Spying on Nasser: British Signals Intelligence in Middle East Crises and Conflicts, 1956–67
This article examines British signals intelligence on Egypt during the 1956 Suez Crisis, the 1958 Middle East Crisis and the Egyptian intervention in the Yemen. It explains the production of signalsExpand
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‘Keep the Indonesian Pot Boiling’: Western Covert Intervention in Indonesia, October 1965–March 1966
This study examines the role played by the West in the destruction of the Indonesian communist party, the PKI, and the removal of the radical Indonesian president, Sukarno, in 1965–66. After theExpand
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British Intelligence and Propaganda during the 'Confrontation', 1963-1966
This study examines the importance of British intelligence and propaganda in the Confrontation with Indonesia. It shows that Britain had access to human and signals intelligence on Indonesia, whichExpand
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Federal consistency and the Coastal Zone Management Act: the 1990 amendments and their affect on Alaska
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