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XXXI.— On New Forms of Marine Diatomaceæ, found in the Firth of Clyde and in Loch Fine
In two papers read before this Society, I have very fully described the Diatomaceae of the Glenshira Sand, which is very remarkable both for the large number of species found in it, which isExpand
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The face of madness. Hugh W. Diamond and the origin of psychiatric photography
SANDER L. GILMAN (editor), The face of madness. Hugh W. Diamond and the origin ofpsychiatric photography, New York, Brunner/Mazel, 1976, 8vo, pp. xiv, 111, illus., [no price stated]. In 1850 Dr. HughExpand
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Complications associated with transobturator sling procedures
This study aims to determine the complications associated with trans-obturator slings as reported to a national database. We required “MAUDE”, a database that collects reports of complicationsExpand
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Assessment of embedded fiber Bragg gratings for structural health monitoring of composites
This work provides a system-level investigation into the use of embedded fiber Bragg grating optical sensors as a viable sensing architecture for the structural health monitoring of compositeExpand
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Dosimetry studies to personnel operating portable image amplifiers.
In hip-pinning procedures performed in the operating room, using conventional radiographic equipment, 15 to 30 films are taken in a 45 to 90 min period while for hip-resection procedures 15 to 50Expand
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The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal
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  • Medicine
  • The Medical Quarterly Review
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The Use of Stereolithographic Hand Held Models for Evaluation of Congenital Anomalies of the Great Arteries
TLDR
Stereolithography can create realistic 3D models that accurately display aortic pathology and add important additional information, which may have implications regarding surgical and transcatheter interventions. Expand
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