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Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus in patients undergoing major amputation.
OBJECTIVES To examine the impact of MRSA infection on patients undergoing major amputation. SETTING District General Hospital. METHODS Patients having had major amputation and positive MRSAExpand
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Variation in general practitioner referral of patients with arterial disease.
AIM To compare patterns of referral for arterial disease in two areas in the UK. METHODS A postal questionnaire was used to survey general practitioner (GP) referral patterns for arterial disease.Expand
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'Only degradation and slavery'? : the figure of the teacher in the writing of Edward Upward.
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'A few inches above the moral atmosphere of these islands' : the perspectives of the English Review.
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Nation & Landscape, 1840–1920
our of early cinema feature films that rehearsed the formulaic wishfulfilment plots of romance. even in an “absorption” film like Damaged Goods, however, the potency of the shopgirl as an emblem ofExpand
Landscape Writing and "the Condition of England" 1878-1917: Ruskin to Modernism
Acknowledgements Preface, Introduction 1. Landscape and 'the condition of England' 2. John Ruskin: the 'mere spectator' and 'the condition of England' 3. Neither critic nor artist: Richard JeffriesExpand
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Intellectuals and the Politics of Style
This article addresses the characteristic styles and modes of self-presentation used by such Victorian public moralists and intellectuals as William Morris, John Ruskin and Matthew Arnold in bothExpand
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