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Prospectively gated transverse coronary CT angiography versus retrospectively gated helical technique: improved image quality and reduced radiation dose.
PURPOSE To retrospectively compare image quality, radiation dose, and blood vessel assessability for coronary artery computed tomographic (CT) angiograms obtained with a prospectively gatedExpand
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Inhalational anthrax after bioterrorism exposure: spectrum of imaging findings in two surviving patients.
The radiographic and computed tomographic (CT) findings in two patients with documented inhalational anthrax resulting from bioterrorism exposure are presented. Chest radiographs demonstratedExpand
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Voices of Outreach: The Construction of Identity and Maintenance of Social Ties Among Chabad‐Lubavitch Emissaries
Fundamentalists typically avoid influences from the outside world and form intense social bonds with members of their own group. Yet, active fundamentalists must create relationships with the objectsExpand
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Holding On: Adoption, Kinship Tensions, and Pregnancy in the Marshall Islands
In the Marshall Islands, the idea that children belong to the kinship group as a whole exists in tension with an understanding of children as closely tied to their birth family. This tension isExpand
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Negotiating Age: Direct Speech and the Sociolinguistic Production of Childhood in the Marshall Islands
Children in the Republic of the Marshall Islands regularly do a number of things that are inappropriate or even taboo among adults: they walk with food that they do not offer to share; they refuse toExpand
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Force Signs: Ideologies of Corporal Discipline in Academia and the Marshall Islands
Corporal discipline is often called the most frequent form of violence against children. This conclusion comes from an extensive body of research that supposedly shows that corporal discipline isExpand
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Avoiding Sharing
  • E. Berman
  • Sociology
  • Current Anthropology
  • 1 April 2020
Anthropologists frequently treat giving and sharing as primordial prosocial acts—the building blocks of society. Avoiding sharing appears as negative and antisocial. But in the Republic of theExpand
Abstract PD9-04: Breast cancer subtype specific association of pCR with MRI assessed tumor volume progression during NAC in the I-SPY 2 trial
Background: In an adaptive randomized trial, when new treatment combinations are being tested, it is important to be able to identify patients who are progressing on treatment so that they can beExpand