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A research note on sociological variables related to belief in psychic phenomena.
New religious movements and rapid social change
Introduction - James A Beckford Religious Movements and Counter-Movements in North America - Robert Wuthnow New Religious Movements in Western Europe - James A Beckford and Martine Levasseur The… Expand
Endoscopic injection of fibrin glue versus polidocanol in peptic ulcer hemorrhage: a pilot study.
In this prospective, randomized trial, bleeding gastroduodenal ulcers in the Forrest I and II stages were treated endoscopically with injection of either fibrin glue or polidocanol. After exclusion… Expand
Frequency of the Amsterdam criteria in a regional German cohort of patients with colorectal cancer.
- J. Raedle, M. Schaffner, +10 authors S. Zeuzem
- Zeitschrift fur Gastroenterologie
- 1 August 2002
Estimates of the colon cancer burden associated with hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC) vary from less than 1 % to more than 5 %. Amsterdam criteria fulfilled within a kindred (classic… Expand
Metabolites of estramustine in human pancreatic cancer
[Fibrin glue injection--a hemostatic technic after laparoscopic liver biopsy].
Fibrin glue was injected into or near the site of needle biopsy puncture in 33 patients (38 laparoscopically guided liver biopsies), 21 with histologically confirmed liver cirrhosis, to arrest… Expand
The Lutheran Ethic: The Impact of Religion on Laymen and Clergy
Extraordinary Groups: The Sociology of Unconventional Life-Styles by William M. Kephart. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1976, 311 pp. No price indicated
- P. Berg
- 1 March 1977
The Politics of Benevolence: Revival Religion and American Voting Behavior.
This book examines the phenomenal wave of revivals which swept the early nineteenth century, and shows the impact they had on several ideological movements. This study asks whether religious beliefs… Expand