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Early versus late necrosectomy in severe necrotizing pancreatitis.
BACKGROUND Debate as to whether surgery in severe necrotizing pancreatitis (SNP) should be done early or late has been present ever since the disease was described. There are no prospective,Expand
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Secukinumab and Sustained Improvement in Signs and Symptoms of Patients With Active Ankylosing Spondylitis Through Two Years: Results From a Phase III Study
Secukinumab improved the signs and symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis (AS) over 52 weeks in the phase III MEASURE 2 study. Here, we report longer‐term (104 weeks) efficacy and safety results.
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[Acute pancreatitis. The classification of its severity by dynamic pancreatography and the results of surgical treatment].
In acute pancreatitis determination of glandular necrosis has been difficult because of the lack of an objective method; with dynamic enhanced tomography (bolus injection of contrast media) we haveExpand
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Tributyl phosphate can be used for extraction in processing all current power reactor fuels. Nitric acid is the only salting agent required. Typical flowsheets are presented. In aluminum nitrateExpand
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Method of deposition of silicon carbide layers on substrates
A method for direct chemical vapor deposition of silicon carbide to substrates, especially nuclear waste particles, is provided by the thermal decomposition of methylsilane at 800 to 1050/sup 0/CExpand
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Radiological Impact of Airborne Effluents of Coal and Nuclear Plants
Radiation doses from airborne effluents of model coal-fired and nuclear power plants (1000 megawatts electric) are compared. Assuming a 1 percent ash release to the atmosphere (EnvironmentalExpand
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Waste treatment and disposal. Quarterly progress report, February-April, 1963
Progress made in the development of integrated procresses for the treatment and disposal of radioactive wastes resulting from reactor operations and reactor fuel processing is reported. InformationExpand
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Radiological impact of airborne effluents of coal-fired and nuclear power plants
Radiological impact of naturally occurring radionuclides in airborne effluents of a model coal-fired steam plant [1000 MW(e)] is evaluated assuming a release to the atmosphere of 1 percent of the ashExpand
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