William P. Anthony

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The authors present a series of 12 ears in 10 patients ranging from 18 to 72 years old with external auditory canal cholesteatomas (EACC) seen over an 8 year period. Males and females were equally involved. The left ear was involved 3 times as frequently as the right. No association with sinus or bronchial diseases was seen. Two cases were examined, 3 1/2(More)
Although glucose is regularly administered to patients after partial hepatic resection, its contribution to survival and/or liver regeneration is unclear. To examine this question fed and anesthetized rats underwent 68% or 90% hepatectomy and received either oral 20% glucose solution or tap water (controls) ad lib for 24 h. Survival was compared by life(More)
Scholars have vigorously debated the role of stakeholders since Freeman's 1984 landmark work. This article argues that an accurate assessment of relative power levels can enable stakeholders to accept their proper roles and responsibilities in planning and implementing strategy and enabling Top Management Teams to more fully integrate stakeholders' interest(More)