Richard J. Thompson

Thomas Diamond1
Rutwik Rath1
M Lewis1
1Thomas Diamond
1Rutwik Rath
1M Lewis
1J W L Shi
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Sinistral, or left-sided, portal hypertension is a rare cause of upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage. There are many causes of sinistral portal hypertension. The primary pathology usually arises in the pancreas and results in compression of the pancreatic vein. This compression causes backpressure in the left portal venous system and subsequent gastric(More)
We obtain the class N A of noncommutative cylindric algebras from the class CA of cylindric algebras by weakening the axiom C 4 of commuta-tivity of cylindrifications (to C * 4 , see below, and we obtain N CA from CA by omitting C 4 completely). Some motivation for studying noncommutative cylindric algebras: Noncommutative cylindric algebras (N A's) have(More)
Measurement and analysis of titanium monoxide spectra in laser-induced plasma " , Normal and diseased personal eye modeling using age-appropriate lens parameters " " Investigation of atypical molten pool dynamics in tungsten carbide-cobalt during laser deposition using in-situ thermal imaging " , Appl. Crystallization studies on rare-earth co-doped(More)
BACKGROUND Mutations in ATP8B1 gene were identified as a cause of low γ-glutamyltranspeptidase cholestasis with variable phenotype, ranging from Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis to Benign Recurrent Intrahepatic Cholestasis. However, only the coding region of ATP8B1 has been described. The aim of this research was to explore the regulatory(More)
BACKGROUND Partial External Biliary Diversion (PEBD) is a surgical intervention to treat children with Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis (PFIC) and Alagille syndrome (AGS). PEBD can reduce disease progression, and examining the alterations in biliary lipid composition may be a prognostic factor for outcome. METHODS Biliary lipid composition(More)
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