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We analyzed admixture in samples of six different African-American populations from South Carolina: Gullah-speaking Sea Islanders in coastal South Carolina, residents of four counties in the "Low Country" (Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, and Dorchester), and persons living in the city of Columbia, located in central South Carolina. We used a battery of(More)
Chlorine, lactic acid. TSP (trisodium phosphate) and a commercial phosphate blend (Avgard) were evaluated for their potential bactericidal effects on faecally contaminated turkey carcasses. Carcasses were sprayed for 10 s with each bactericide, at various concentrations and pressure combinations, derived from a response surface central composite design. For(More)
Myxoid tumors are a heterogeneous group of lesions characterized by a marked abundance of extra cellular mucoid (myxoid) matrix.[1] The term aggressive emphasizes the often infiltrative nature of the tumor and its frequent association with recurrence.[2] A case of aggressive angiomyxoma arising from the vagina in a 55-year-old woman is reported for its(More)
The dominant paradigm in computer Go is Monte-Carlo Tree Search (MCTS). This technique chooses a move by playing a series of simulated games, building a search tree along the way. After many simulated games, the most promising move is played. This paper proposes replacing the search tree with a neural network. Where previous neural network Go research has(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the morbidity and mortality associated with multiple (four and higher order) caesarean section. METHODS A group of 92 women who had undergone four or more caesarean sections was compared with another group of 184 women who had three or less such procedures at the obstetric unit of the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu,(More)
Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a chronic inflammatory disorder of an unknown aetiology most commonly affecting the anogenital area. However, extragenital involvement also occurs uncommonly. A case of extra-genital LS involving the areolae of both breasts, in a 15-year-old boy, is reported for its rarity.
Crohn's disease, first described in 1922, is characterized by segmental granulomatous inflammation of the intestinal tract and frequently involves the cutaneous tissues as well. Cutaneous Crohn's disease (CCD) is synonymous with metastatic Crohn's disease (MSD). A case of CCD, without any gastrointestinal involvement is reported for its rarity.
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