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The Golgi proteins, TGN46 and GalT, were characterized in human HeLa cells using specific polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies. A bacterially expressed soluble recombinant TGN46 protein was used to raise rabbit polyclonal antibodies and used to probe HeLa cell extracts. Human TGN46 had an apparent molecular mass of 100 to 120 kDa which reflects extensive(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE To review all existing studies of genital anatomy in girls selected for nonabuse, clarify terminology used to describe hymenal morphology and nonspecific findings, and test consensus terminology in the reevaluation of hymenal morphology and nonspecific findings in 147 premenarchal girls selected for nonabuse. METHODS Over six months, the(More)
OBJECTIVE To study healing patterns of anogenital trauma in prepubescent children. METHODS A prospective 10-year study was conducted of 94 children who had anogenital trauma and were followed to healing and documented using a colposcope with 35-mm camera attachment. RESULTS The 13 boys and 81 girls were referred with injuries as a result of sexual(More)
Subcutaneous panniculitis-like T-cell lymphoma (SPTCL) is an uncommon cutaneous lymphoma that has been proposed as a distinct clinicopathologic entity, but studies of SPTCL are limited. We studied the clinicopathologic, immunophenotypic, and genetic features of 11 SPTCLs. All cases had a variable admixture of pleomorphic small, medium, or large lymphocytes(More)
Lymphoma presenting with isolated diffuse infiltration of the skull is exceedingly rare, with less than 20 previously reported cases. The clinical presentation of a 73-year-old female with primary lymphoma of the skull, manifesting multiple cranial nerve palsies and infiltration of the temporalis muscles is described. MRI of the head, revealed an abnormal(More)
A human immunodeficiency virus-negative male was successfully treated for two occurrences of Burkitt's lymphoma, 15 years apart. As consolidation of his second remission, he underwent high-dose chemotherapy with peripheral blood stem cell transplantation. In an effort to prove whether the second lymphoma was a relapse of the first or a second primary(More)
Acknowledgements We would like to thank all of the participants and universities who took part in this project for their help with the planning, organisation and outcomes of the project. We would also like to acknowledge London for their advice and input in the early stages of the project. Stuart Hunt and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education were(More)
Small development projects (SDPs) were first launched in 2004-shortly after the creation of the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. Since then they have proven to be very popular and have introduced a range of innovative activities of benefit to higher education. Acknowledgements We would like to thank all of the participants and universities who(More)
  • Julie Lister
  • 2007
Having read 'An essential debriefing' (student life January 31), I am left wondering what happened to clinical supervision. This was meant to be a framework based on reflection. Surely the debriefing of sharing feelings and experiences fits into this category. Is this another element of the nursing profession that has disappeared into the background?