Dr. P. H. Williams

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Dear Sir, Cremin et al. recently presented their experience of the use of CT and MR in the management of advanced spinal tuberculosis [1]. They stated that where tuberculosis is endemic, these imaging modalities are of limited use in making the initial diagnosis. Where tuberculosis is not endemic, however, the diagnosis may not be initially suspected,(More)
This report attempts to chart the nature and extent of non-food uses of crops in the enlarged European Union and to examine how the sector can be promoted. Major factors impacting on development of non-food uses of crops are addressed, including: international trade and environmental agreements, European policy, enlargement, competitiveness, market(More)
This study illustrates the interaction of applied ressearch and public policy. An experimental urban relocation project was carried out by the Nashville Metropolitan Government. It included a research phase designed to evaluate the relocation process and contribute to a review of possible changes needed in the relocation procedures. The relocation process(More)
The empirical evidence on the biomedical literature of Nigeria was drawn from 295 journals in Medline through which papers on Nigeria were published during the period 1967-2002. We categorized the journals according to their subject heading and examined the potential impact factors of a sample of the journals based on Thomson’s ISI Journal Citation Reports.(More)
Sir, We were interested to read the article by Muwakkit et al. [1] describing lesions in the spleen in Langerhans' cell histiocytosis (LCH). As the authors point out, sonographically demonstrated lesions have not previously been reported in this condition. They question whether ultrasound may prove an effective means of monitoring the results of(More)
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