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An international survey of polypectomy training and assessment
Background and study aims Colonic polypectomy is acknowledged to be a technically challenging part of colonoscopy. Training in polypectomy is recognized to be often inconsistent. This study aimed toExpand
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The Viennese students of Civilization
This book argues that the work of the Austrian economists, including Carl Menger, Joseph Schumpeter, Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich Hayek, has been too narrowly interpreted. Through a study ofExpand
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Economics made fun, and made fun of: how ‘fun’ redefines the domain and identity of the economics profession
This paper compares two aspects of the use of ‘fun’ within the economics profession. It analyzes the way in which a recently emerged genre of economics-made-fun uses fun and surprising insights toExpand
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Emergent Orders of Worth: Must We Agree on More than a Price?
  • E. Dekker, Pavel Kuchař
  • Sociology
  • 29 April 2016
Market exchanges are widely believed to rely on an overlap of interest, this paper argues that many market exchanges actually rely on a broader agreement between buyer and seller. The broaderExpand
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Exemplary Goods: Exemplars as Judgment Devices
textabstractIn this article the notion of exemplars is developed to study valuation processes. It argues that exemplary goods are an important ‘judgment device’ on markets of singular goods, whichExpand
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Two approaches to study the value of art and culture, and the emergence of a third
This paper argues that a third approach to study the value of art and culture is emerging: the valuation approach. The paper, first, outlines the two established approaches to study the value of art.Expand
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Psychological Problems with Hair Loss in General Practice and the Treatment Policies of General Practitioners
Scalp hair loss problems and the policies of genera] practitioners were studied by sending questionnaires to 374 physicians, of whom 21% responded. About 50% of the patients, according to theirExpand
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Non-provocative diagnostics of photosensitivity using visual evoked potentials
OBJECTIVE Photosensitive epilepsy (PSE) is the most common form of reflex epilepsy. Usually, to find out whether a patient is sensitive, he/she is stimulated visually with, e.g. a stroboscopic lightExpand
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Double ratio fluorescence imaging for the detection of early superficial cancers
We have developed a fluorescence imaging device for the detection of superficial cancer based on the double ratio technique. In practice this device resembles an operation microscope and can be usedExpand
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Design and performance of a real-time double-ratio fluorescence imaging system for the detection of early cancers
Fluorescence Imaging is an experimental clinical technique for tumor detection, which has been gaining interest over the last years. Expand
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