John Aubrey

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Skeletal muscle contains intramyocellular lipid droplets within the cytoplasm of myocytes as well as intermuscular adipocytes. These depots exhibit physiological and pathological variation which has been revealed with the advent of diagnostic imaging approaches: magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, MR spectroscopy and computed tomography (CT). CT uses(More)
A case of melioidosis in a sulphur-crested cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) kept as a pet in Townsville is described. This case was characterised by liver necrosis with both a heterophil and mononuclear cell inflammatory response associated with giant cells. Pseudomonas pseudomallei was isolated by blood plate culture and guinea pig inoculation. This is the(More)
If any testimony were needed to the unique position of William Harvey in the development of modern medicine, it would be sufficient to note that after more than three centuries new researches into his life and work continue to be made and have yielded in the last few years a quite astonishing harvest. Notable among them are the recent volume by Keynes(More)
  • Diego Rossello, John Aubrey, Sancho Panza, Don Quixote
  • 2010
Homo homini lupus, man is a wolf to man, remains one of the most well-known and often quoted dictums in the tradition of political theory. Political theorists take this phrase by Thomas Hobbes in the Epistle Dedicatory of De Cive to illustrate the brutish, anarchical and violent condition of man in the natural condition, prior to the establishment of a(More)
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