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Developing a Social Advocacy Model for Counselor Education
This article describes how the faculty of a counselor education program developed and implemented a social advocacy model of counselor preparation.
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Anterior spinal hernia: an increasingly recognised cause of thoracic cord dysfunction.
Two cases of anterior spinal hernia are presented. The medical literature is reviewed, the syndrome characterised, and its cause and treatment discussed. The patient is typically middle aged with aExpand
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A clinical survey of head injuries sustained in the M1 Boeing 737 disaster: recommendations to improve aircrash survival.
On 8 January 1989 at 20:25 h, a British Midland Boeing 737/400 on approach to East Midlands Airport crashed across the M1 motorway with the immediate loss of 39 lives from the 126 people on board. InExpand
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Benign intracranial hypertension: visual loss and optic nerve sheath fenestration.
Five patients with serious ocular complications of benign intracranial hypertension are described. Optic nerve sheath fenestration resulted in resolution of papilloedema with, in three instances,Expand
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Brain abscess in the 1980s.
Brain abscess was reviewed in 24 patients admitted to University Hospital, Nottingham over a period of 3 years. Chronic ear infection was the most common predisposing factor, but in 11 patients theExpand
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Medical aspects of head protection at work
Abstract Barnes, K., Bell, N., Vasilliou, D. and Firth, J.L., 1986. Medical aspects of head protection at work. Journal of Occupational Accidents , 8: 173–180. Head injury and the mechanisms wherebyExpand
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IMPROVED LOCALISATION BY SUBTRACTION OF E.M.I. SCANS
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Primary non-Hodgkin's lymphoma of the CNS treated with BVAM or CHOD/BVAM chemotherapy before radiotherapy.
PURPOSE To assess whether chemotherapy that includes drugs that cross the blood-brain barrier improves survival in primary CNS non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (PCNSL) when combined with radiotherapy. Expand
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Treating the nervous system in acute leukaemia.
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Subcutaneous cerebrospinal fluid reservoirs in patients with acute leukaemia.
Subcutaneous cerebrospinal fluid (Ommaya) reservoirs were inserted in 23 patients wich acute leukaemia and 2 patients with malignant lymphoma. In 9 leukaemia patients reservoirs were used for theExpand
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