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This group is a platform for researchers who use a metahistorical approach in their work. Such work is not focused on the content of (his)stories but on sense making in sources that describe the past and insofar analyse patterns of in/exclusion, metaphors as well as the emplotment of events, actors and places.
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Introduction: The establishment of milk banks in the Islamic world as well as donation to Islamic families in Western countries remains a challenge in the context of human lactation. Religious reservations established since the Qur’an and regulated at the legal–religious and medical level equate milk kinship with consanguinity, which prevents donat...
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(1) Introduction: The establishment of milk banks in the Islamic world as well as donation to Islamic families in Western countries remains a challenge in the context of human lactation. Religious reservations established since the Qur’an and regulated at the legal–religious and medical level equate milk kinship with consanguinity, which prevents d...
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The article discusses the relation between knowledge and skills in the core curriculum in history. It begins with the analysis of how the popularity of certain concepts in didactics (e.g. working with source texts) leads to illusory changes in teaching, when introduced unawarely of their real meaning. In this account it is then considered how the b...
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Purpose We sought to evaluate the effects of concurrent temozolomide-based chemoradiation therapy on neurocognitive function in patients with low-grade glioma (LGG). Materials/methods We included adult patients with LGG who were treated postoperatively with radiotherapy (RT) with concurrent and adjuvant temozolomide (TMZ). Patients were evaluated...
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Background: Globally most maternal deaths occur during the postpartum period; however, the burden is disproportionately higher in some Sub-Saharan African countries including Ethiopia. According to Ethiopian Ministry of Health's annual report, in 2019 alone, nearly 70% of maternal deaths happen during the postpartum period. Although several studie...
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This paper is an attempt to study the idiomatic expressions, proverbs and some unique features of idioms and proverbs of Mundari language spoken in Jharkhand. Idioms are extensively used in every language. They carry a metaphorical sense that makes their comprehension difficult as their meaning cannot be deduced from the meaning of their constituen...
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Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a group of rare, permanent genetic bone disorders resulting from the mutations in genes encoding type 1 collagen. It usually is inherited by an autosomal dominant pattern, but it can sometimes occur sporadically. Among the four main types, type III is the most severe type which presents with multiple bone fractures,...
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At present, there is a great deal of research demonstrating the educational potential of heritage for the teaching of history. However, relevant studies have shown that, although it is a resource which is widely valued by teachers, its incorporation into the classroom remains limited. The aim of this study is to analyze the opinions of teachers in...
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Objective To evaluate the number of episodes in the past 12 months as an indicator of the overall disease activity status in Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF). Methods In this cross-sectional study, patients were recruited from tertiary pediatric hospitals. Demographic data, main clinical symptoms of the episodes, treatment modalities, and geneti...
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Abstract Background Sri Lanka eliminated malaria in November 2012 and was certified malaria-free by the World Health Organization (WHO) in September 2016 but is facing a challenge to prevent re-establishment of malaria. Influx of travellers from malarious countries and the presence of malaria vectors in formerly endemic areas make the country both...
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Global governance has been hijacked by those unaccountable to any national jurisdiction nor is it regulated by the international covenants, rendering it ungovernable. UN treaties and decisions are flouted, while global governance is being shaped in G20, G8 and BRICS, containment taken precedence rather than collective security. As pundits professed...
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Objective: The objective to investigate the effect of extreme body weight; obesity and undernutrition, on bone mineral density (BMD). Methodology: This study is a descriptive cross-sectional study carried between January and June of 2019, and included 224 children and adolescents without any comorbidities or chronic disease. Important data colle...
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We conducted a longitudinal examination to assess the relationship between lifestyle habits, including exercise habits, and the incidence of undernutrition after the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 2011. Of the 31,411 participants aged ≥60 years who lived in the municipalities’ evacuation areas before the disaster and had undergone health exam...
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The first conference of the series “Experiencing the Sacred”, established by the SenSArt ERC project, aims to develop the topic further by triangulating the liturgy (broadly intended), the experience of the faithful (understood both as an individual and as social groups) and the sensoria (i.e. the diverse sensory systems that existed in the Middle...
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This article examines how two nineteenth‐century Bengali adaptations of Cymbeline transfer Shakespeare's play to a Hindu field of signifiers and reinterpret the elements of tragicomedy according to the worldview of traditional Indian drama. Kusumkumari Natak (1868) by Chandrakali Ghosh, which was enacted before a ticket‐buying audience at the nasce...
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Objectives The purpose of this study was to investigate the incidence of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and clarify the risk factors of DVT in patients with femoral neck fracture. Methods A self-designed questionnaire was used to collect the clinical data of 1209 patients with femoral neck fracture in our hospital from January 2019 to December 2019. T...
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Objective To investigate an association of vaginal bleeding-affected deliveries with the long-term risk of cancer as compared with vaginal bleeding-unaffected deliveries and pregnancies ending in a termination or miscarriage. Design Registry-based cohort study in Denmark, 1995-2017. Setting Danish health and administrative registries. Participan...
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What do we mean when we use the category ‘indigenous knowledges’? What do we mean when we speak of ‘colonial sciences’? This Introduction briefly examines these questions in order to provide a context for the collection of articles presented in this issue on the making of the sciences in colonial South Asia. In doing so, it also addresses related q...
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Optic nerve cupping or enlargement of the cup-to-disc ratio is widely recognized as a feature of glaucoma, however it may also occur in non-glaucomatous optic neuropathies. The most well-recognized non-glaucomatous optic neuropathies that cause cupping include compressive optic neuropathies, arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathies, hereditar...
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Heritage is not only a bridge between the past and the present (or the future) but currently also between culture and nature. The belief that cultural and natural heritage should be separated was recently put into question by the scholars representing critical heritage studies. The foundations for critical approaches in heritage practice and theory...
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Background: Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA) is an immune mediated lung disease caused due to hypersensitivity reaction of antigen Aspergillus fumigates. ABPA is more prevalent in patients with asthma and cystic fibrosis. Thus, the current investigation was done to estimate the prevalence and association of ABPA with resistant asthma,...
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Prikaz//Review: Journal of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo (History, History of Arts, Archeology), posebno izdanje: Reflections on Life and Society in the Western Balkans. Studies in the History of Bosnia and Herzegovina, knjiga 7, broj 2, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2020, 321 str.
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Background Risk factors associated with overuse injuries in cyclists (OICs) in recreational cyclists have not been well-studied. Objective To determine risk factors associated with OICs in recreational cyclists participating in a mass community-based cycling event. Design Cross-sectional study. Setting Cape Town Cycle Tour (CTCT) 2016. Patients...
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Objectives Numerous vaccination studies are conducted to protect against COVID-19 infection, and preclinical and clinical studies are still ongoing worldwide. During this extraordinary period, the necessity to perform COVID-19 vaccine studies and immunization programs together has emerged. Vaccine Adverse Effects (VAEs) need to be documented quickl...
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Objective: To estimate the time to culture conversion and factors associated with failure to culture conversion, six-month interim outcomes and associated risk factors with poor interim outcomes in multi-drug resistant tuberculosis patients previously treated with second-line drugs. Methods: The prospective clinical case series study was conduct...
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RESUMEN El presente trabajo analiza la lectura que Jacques Derrida realiza de la noción heideggeriana de «historicidad» (Geschichte) en oposición a una concepción historicista de la «historia empírica» (Historie). En primer lugar, pretendemos exponer la complejidad de una lectura que bascula entre la proximidad a los planteamientos heideggerianos y...
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The purpose of this research; To determine the perceptions of the local people living in Ahlat towards the concept of "Ahlat" and "Tourism" through metaphors and to categorize these metaphors. Phenomenological design, one of the qualitative research method designs, has been used in line with this purpose. Research data were obtained using a structu...
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We defend a realist account of history: past facts are discoveries not creations. We show how ‘moderate’ realists, who admit the critical role of perspective, while insisting on history’s metaphysical independence from historians, can accommodate Paul Roth’s arguments in favor of irrealism. Moreover, our position is consistent with a dynamic past:...
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Ovarian vein thrombosis (OVT) is a rare condition most frequently associated with pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), malignancy or the immediate postpartum period. This case study reports on a 56-year-old woman who developed OVT 11 days after a positive COVID-19 diagnosis. Imaging including abdominal/pelvic computed tomography, transvaginal Doppler...
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ABSTRACT The following lines have the modest purpose of drawing the attention of researchers interested in Legal History to some issues prior to the use of sources. These sources are usually written documents and, frequently, prints. It is a great temptation for researchers to start reading them and to use in their work the variety of content found...
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Objective To develop a model that uses hematological indexes and clinical characteristics to help estimate the probability of endometriosis in patients with ovarian cysts. Methods A retrospective study was conducted on 2242 patients who underwent surgery for benign ovarian cysts from January 2008 to November 2016. Variables included in the model we...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the results of an algorithm that was created to prevent coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) transmission during the management of children with burns in a tertiary pediatric burn center. Children admitted to the burn center between May 2020 and November 2020 were prospectively evaluated for cause, burn depth, t...
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The presented research provides a comprehensive analysis of the main periods of pedagogical activity of Myron Korduba (1876–1947), the prominent Ukrainian scientist in the fields of History, Geography and Bibliography, as well as a public and political figure in the context of educational and cultural processes that took place in Ukraine in the fir...
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Understanding History’s history requires reading and analysing the texts it has produced across time, and the diverse historians who made them. In settler-colonial societies like Australia, understanding the power and process of that curation is especially urgent. This discussion briefly explores aspects of the recent ‘statue wars’ in Australian hi...
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Background. GXN tablets are composed of Danshen and Chuanxiong, with the functions of activating blood circulation, removing blood stasis, invigorating the pulse, and nourishing the heart, which are used for CHD patients with stable exertional angina Grade I or II (according to traditional Chinese medicine, it is a syndrome of heart and blood stasi...
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Methods: We prospectively included 200 patients with LAA-type AIS and tested their CRP levels on admission. We followed these patients consecutively. The primary outcome was an adverse event, defined as a modified Rankin Scale score of 2-6 at months 3, 6, and 12 after discharge. A logistic regression model was used to analyze the relationship betw...
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Objective: To study the documentation of relevant components of forensic history on admission form for male patients admitted in psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU)/OAK ward of Phoenix Care Center. Study design: Clinical audit. Place and duration of study: Psychiatric intensive care unit/OAK ward of Phoenix Care Center, from August 2019 to...
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IntroductionGestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is associated with adverse perinatal outcomes. Accurate models for early prediction of GDM are lacking. This study aimed to explore an early risk prediction model to identify women at high risk of GDM through a risk scoring system.Methods This was a retrospective cohort study of 785 control pregnancie...
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Purpose The mechanism of postoperative nausea and vomiting after TACE is not clear. This study retrospectively analyzed the patient data to explore the mechanism and risk factors of postoperative nausea and vomiting after TACE. Materials and methods The data of 221 patients who underwent TACE in the interventional department from January 2019 to D...
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This history of wind energy in Denmark describes how top-down policy support and bottom-up initiatives shaped the Danish wind power sector, ultimately facilitating the integration of wind energy in the grid. From the early days of wind power, innovative entrepreneurs tinkered with and improved upon the emergent wind power technologies, but coal and...
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Education has always been socially conditioned. On the one hand, everything that happens in society necessarily reflects on the education process, and on the other hand, all changes in education cause changes in society. Bastina journal, which used to be published by the Institute for the Study of Culture of Serbs, Montenegrins, Croats and Muslims...
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Two Encyclopaedia Articles on Capitalism: Sombart on Jewish Money Lenders and Schumpeter on Creative Destruction • Author(s): Aladár Madarász • Language: Hungarian • Subject(s): Economic history • Issue: 72/2018 • Page Range: 69-95 • No. of Pages: 27 • Keywords: history;economic history;history of capitalism;jews; • Summary/Abstract: The discourse...
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Introduction Osimertinib resistance is inevitable. The purpose of this study was to explore the predictive value of pretreatment clinical characteristics in T790M-positive non-small cell lung cancer NSCLC patients for the resistance pattern of osimertinib during tumor progression as well as the treatment strategy. Methods We performed a literature...
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Purpose: To analyze the distribution of inherited retinal diseases (IRDs), describe the clinical characteristics of patients, and determine the percentages of patients with genetic diagnosis in the Castilla y Leon region of Spain. Methods: All patients with an IRD seen in the two major referral units of Castilla y Leon during a 20-year period we...
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Background: Cervical cancer is the third most common form of cancer among women worldwide. Yet it is one of the few cancers that can be detected and prevented at precancerous stage. Even though different studies were conducted in different areas in Ethiopia, the risk factors for cervical precancerous lesions in the Ethiopian setting are not well i...
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p class="abstract"> Background: Skin lesions present with innumerable patterns like discoid, petaloid, arcuate, annular, polycyclic, livedo, reticulate, target, stellate, digitate, linear, serpiginous and whorled. Most of the linear lesions follow the Blaschko’s lines. Aim was to study the incidence of linear dermatoses, the age and sex incidence,...
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Marian devotion, La Virgen del Pilar de Zamboanga, Interreligious Dialogue, Theology, Philippine Church History, History of Devotions
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The purpose of the article is to make bibliometrical analysis of publications and to characterize the main periods of scientific, scientific-pedagogical, and public activity of Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Serhiy Lytvyn. The methodology consists in the use of general scientific methods: analysis, synthesis, logical method, method of vis...
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The current management of patients with primary psychosis worldwide is often remarkably stereotyped. In almost all cases an antipsychotic medica­tion is prescribed, with second‐generation antipsychotics usually preferred to first‐generation ones. Cognitive behavioral therapy is rarely used in the vast majority of countries, although there is eviden...
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Archives and records management play a central role in understanding the past and aid effective decision-making on current situations. The main objective of this study was to assess the impact of historical review and archival accessibility in combating COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria. The study was based on a systematic review of existing literature...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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The book is part of celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the Institute of Romance Studies and its scientific and didactic activity in the field of French and Romance studies. The articles concern French literature, as well as the literature of Belgium, Switzerland and Quebec and cover the period from the 17th to the 21st century. The authors an...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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The book is part of celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the Institute of Romance Studies and its scientific and didactic activity in the field of French and Romance studies. The articles concern French literature, as well as the literature of Belgium, Switzerland and Quebec and cover the period from the 17th to the 21st century. The authors an...
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The book is part of celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the Institute of Romance Studies and its scientific and didactic activity in the field of French and Romance studies. The articles concern French literature, as well as the literature of Belgium, Switzerland and Quebec and cover the period from the 17th to the 21st century. The authors an...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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The book is part of celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the Institute of Romance Studies and its scientific and didactic activity in the field of French and Romance studies. The articles concern French literature, as well as the literature of Belgium, Switzerland and Quebec and cover the period from the 17th to the 21st century. The authors an...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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For the first time, the Max Planck Society is publishing an anthology on gender research, "Fundamental Questions". Thanks to the broad spectrum of disciplines and cultures represented in the Research Association, the authors, who come from various institutes, present their findings in numerous fields of research: law, art history, history of scienc...
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Sacred wooden architecture in Poland is a huge and still unrecognised research problem. It covers a number of issues of interdisciplinary character: from the properties of building materials and carpentry techniques, through constructionand architectural-spatial solutions, to cultural and natural conditions. Hence, the best way to study this proble...
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Little is known about the prevalence of pre-stroke dementia in China and whether this group is at higher risk of adverse in-hospital outcomes. We aimed to understand this association using data from the Chinese Stroke Center Alliance. Multivariable logistic regressions were conducted to assess the association between pre-stroke dementia status and...
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This article presents a study of how Swedish pre-service history teachers narrated their nation’s past. Previous research on national history education has generally focused on the treatment of conflicts in national history and what challenges that poses for history education. The present study seeks to complement and broaden this research through...
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Background Schneiderian papillomas (SP) are aggressive sinonasal tumors that occasionally extend into areas that are surgically unresectable. Objective evaluate the signifcance of cyclo-oxygenase-2 (COX-2) expression in SP. Methods Immunohistochemistry for COX-2 was performed on SP samples and middle turbinates from chronic rhinosinusitis without...
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Historical scholarship is currently undergoing a digital turn. All historians have experienced this change in one way or another, by writing on word processors, applying quantitative methods on digitalized source materials, or using internet resources and digital tools. Digital Histories showcases this emerging wave of digital history research. It...
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The cultures and civilizations having their roots in the past form the basis of states. The basis provided during the establishment of the Republic of Turkey has shown itself also in the process of creating a national identity. This also means returning to its historical past, revealing the main elements of its culture with social engineering and p...
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Az ókori római művészettörténet egyik leggyakrabban vizsgált műalkotása az Ara Pacis Augustae . Az avatatlan szem egy kiválóan formált, részletes, domborművek sokaságát felvonultató, páratlan műalkotást lát, azonban a történettudomány és a különböző társtudományok ezen apró részletekből az Augustus-kor kiváló lenyomatát tudják nyújtani. Az Ara Paci...
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Middle Ages is a period of time which paradoxically sees the constant attention of specialists and at the same time is still in many regards an age with many blank spots. Military history has been always a popular theme for many of the researchers studying the medieval period. Even historiographies in former socialists states, under the strong infl...
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Lancelot “Capability” Brown was one of the most influential landscape designers of the eighteenth-century at a time when Britain was changing radically from an agrarian to an industrial and colonial nation, whilst Europe was periodically convulsed by war and revolution. The extent and nature of his influence are, however, fiercely debated. Brown wo...
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Background. Antimicrobial resistance among community-acquired uropathogens is an emerging concern over the past decades that warrants a continuing reevaluation of the appropriateness of recommended empiric antimicrobial regimens for treatment of urinary tract infections (UTIs). Aims. To describe the microbial spectrum and resistance profile of comm...
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Objective: Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of mortality worldwide. Depression is one of the effective factors in the incidence of cardiovascular diseases like coronary artery stenosis. This study aimed to investigate the relationship between depression symptoms and severity of coronary artery disease (CAD) in patients scheduled for angio...