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A reader's guide to contemporary literary theory
Preface to the Fifth Edition. Introduction. 1. New Criticism, moral formalism and F. R. Leavis 2. Russian formalism and the Bakhtin school 3. Reader-oriented theories 4. Structuralist theories 5.
Nosocomial klebsiella infections: intestinal colonization as a reservoir.
Excerpt A prospective study of patients admitted to a hospital where there was endemic nosocomial infection with multidrug-resistant klebsiella was undertaken to evaluate the role of intestinal col...
Identification of common cystic fibrosis mutations in African-Americans with cystic fibrosis increases the detection rate to 75%.
African-Americans have their own set of "common" CF mutations that originate from the native African population, which substantially improves CF mutation detection rates in African-Americans.
Practicing Theory and Reading Literature: An Introduction
This is an elementary introduction where the emphasis is on practice, and in this respect it complements A Reader's Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory.
Talc poudrage in the treatment of spontaneous pneumothoraces in patients with cystic fibrosis.
Thoracoscopy with talc poudrage is a preferable alternative to chemical sclerosis or thoracotomy for treating pneumothoraces in patients with cystic fibrosis and allows rapid and complete sclerosis of the pleural cavity.
The Theory of Criticism: From Plato to the Present: A Reader
This anthology is a survey of critical theory which integrates contemporary and earlier critical writings into one book. It is divided into five parts covering: representation; subjectivity; form,
Development of immune responses to Aspergillus at an early age in children with cystic fibrosis.
Using sera from 147 CF patients, IgE antibody to Aspergillus fumigatus and five common inhalant allergens were measured with a radioallergosorbent test (RAST) to consider the consideration of a diagnosis of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA).
Avasucular necrosis of pheochromocytoma followed by spontaneous remission.
Following an acute spontaneous hypertensive crisis and shock a patient with pheochromocytoma was found to have an exceedingly high catecholamine excretion rate, which led to a spontaneous remission of clinical symptoms.