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Background Sinus pericranii (SP) is a rare venous anomaly abnormally connecting the intracranial dural sinuses with the epicranial venous channels. Various authors have attempted to classify this entity to decide management for this potentially life-threatening condition. With approximately 200 cases reported in world literature till date, no defin...
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Background. Recent advances in targeted chemotherapy have led to improved outcomes in patients with breast cancer (BC) and reduced overall mortality. Neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC) is used to reduce the degree of invasion and dissemination in the body in cancer patients. The traditional approach of assessing serial echocardiography detects signific...
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Entrenched inequality within South African society has led to a notable focus within literary criticism on the subject of legitimacy. The perennial question of who has access to narrative representation and how this authority is wielded has informed literary production itself—with some writers, invariably emerging from the elite, attempting to circ...
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The purpose of this paper is to discuss the different generations of photovoltaic cells and current research directions focusing on their development and manufacturing technologies. The introduction describes the importance of photovoltaics in the context of environmental protection, as well as the elimination of fossil sources. It then focuses on...
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Introduction: The use of bioabsorbable mesh at the hiatus is controversial. Long-term data are scant. We evaluated the world literature and performed a meta-analysis to determine if these meshes were effective in reducing recurrence. Methods: A literature search was performed using PubMed, MEDLINE, and ClinicalKey. We evaluated articles reporting...
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Background: Anywhere from 16-37% of patients undergoing bariatric and metabolic surgery are estimated to have a hiatal hernia. To address the lack of long-term data showing the efficacy of bioabsorbable mesh in reducing the recurrence of hiatal hernia in patients who undergo bariatric surgery, we evaluated the world literature and performed a meta-...
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Introduction: Vulto-van Silfhout-de Vries Syndrome (VSVS; OMIM#615828) is a rare hereditary disease associated with impaired intellectual development and speech, delayed psychomotor development, and behavioral anomalies, including autistic behavioral traits and poor eye contact. To date, 27 patients with VSVS have been reported in the literature. M...
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Drawing from recent work at the intersection of world-systems analysis and materialist theories of world literature, this thesis argues that literary production in Portuguese-speaking southern Africa has developed distinctive aesthetic idioms that critically respond to crises of global capitalism and related failures in postcolonial governance. Foc...
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Background More than 135 million COVID-19 cases (coronavirus disease 2019) have been reported worldwide until today, with over 2.9 million deaths. Several studies have demonstrated that disease severity is lower in the pediatric population than in adults; however, differences are described in patients with chronic diseases, including oncological pa...
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Transformative Fictions: World Literature and Personal Change engages with current debates in world literature over the past twenty years, addressing the nature of literary influence in centers and peripheries, the formation of transnational literary and pedagogical canons, and the role of translation and regionalism in how we relate to texts from...
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World Literature and the Question of Genre in Colonial India describes the way Marathi literary culture, entrenched in performative modes of production and reception, saw the germination of a robust, script-centric dramatic culture owing to colonial networks of literary exchange and the newfound, wide availability of print technology. ­The author d...
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This research will look into the role of personality and its features, as well as how to include them into the narrative text as an essential and important component, as they mix with the rest of the narrative parts to establish the literary work's essence and identity. It also aims to highlight the reasons and elements that contribute to some char...
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The biblical book of Jonah has been the subject of multiple literary retellings, ranging from individual poems to whole novels and theatrical dramas. This article focuses on interaction with the book of Jonah in 20th-century world literature, where Jonah becomes our alter ego; he embodies our own struggles with God. I shall highlight three common t...
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This is a review of Pheng Cheah's book What is a World? On Postcolonial Literature as World Literature. Durham: Duke UP, 2016
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Based on Said's understanding of literature's worldliness, Hayot's concept of literary worlds, and Cheah's interpretation of worlding, the article-itself an example of "traveling theory" (Said)-proposes to treat world literature in a "secular" perspective, i.e., as an asymmetrical world-system that conditions a transcultural and translinguistic sem...
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Introduction Pituicytoma is a rare form of primary benign tumor of the neurohypophysis and infundibulum. There have been 140 reported cases in world literature that could be found in our search. Here we discuss about the presentation, radiological features, treatment, histopathology, and immunohistochemical markers of two cases, along with a brief...
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The wide variety of “third wave” cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) methods (e.g., Acceptance and Commitment Therapy or “ACT”, Compassion Focused Therapy, Meta-Cognitive therapy, Functional Analytic Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy) have left a mark on the field that appears to be growing. As ACT enters its 4...
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This article discusses the observation the Uzbek literature by English scholars in Europe and America. And the paper deals with the role of many works of Uzbek writers in the history of the world literature. Various Uzbek literature representative samples are presented as valuable and significant facts in the work as well.
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Event storytelling, which developed by dealing with the events that happened or could be experienced within the framework of space and time, started to give modern examples in the second half of the 19th century with the works of Guy de Maupassant. Despite his novels and other works, Maupassant, who is especially known for his stories, met Emile Zo...
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Relationship between moderator band (MB) calcification and infrahisian conduction system disease has not been described in the world literature so far. We report a case of a 74-year old male presenting with recurrent cardiogenic syncope 6 times is the last 2 months.He had echocardiographic evidence of dense moderator band calcification.Electrophysi...
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The science of public administration is widely recognized as interdisciplinary, integrating a number of other social sciences. Although there is no unity about the sciences that should be included in the composition of the sources for the public administration’s study, the most common in the world literature are suggestions about political, manager...
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This study is focused on intertextual interpretation over the common elements in Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot and Martin McDonagh's The Pillowman. Both plays are excellent examples of how reality and imagination interact with one another. Waiting for Godot and The Pillowman are psychological plays that explore the relationship around existent...
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Abstract: Gheorghe Asachi lived and activated in an epoch of great economic, political and cultural tribulations. In the light of the above statement we’ll remark the fact that the writer was permanently at the head of the supporters of the romanian language as a language of teaching, being convinced that a more intense usage of it in all the aspec...
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Abstract Andrew Mathew is a well-known children’s book author famous for retelling classical tales that revolve around his major; history. In this research Marduk the Mighty (1997) is studied in depth as a representative of creation myth adapted for children. The researchers provided an in depth account of the original Mesopotamian myth of creation...
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Andrew Mathew is a well-known children’s book author famous for retelling classical tales that revolve around his major; history. In this research Marduk the Mighty (1997) is studied in depth as a representative of creation myth adapted for children. The researchers provided an in depth account of the original Mesopotamian myth of creation; The Enu...
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The purpose of the research is to outline the growing problem of anthelmintic resistance of horse nematodes in the world, to describe the methods currently used to detect it, and the proposed ways to overcome it. Materials and methods. A review of the world literature on the resistance of horse nematodes to anthelmintic drugs is carried out. Result...
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ABS TRACT: Development of science and technology and growing trend of globalization has pushed the urban communities toward competition on absorbing foreign capitals and cons truction of macro-scale projects. This competition has affected not only developed countries but also developing countries such as Iran-since it is expected that each urban de...
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The Jewish struggle for admission into the European canon puts a spotlight on precisely those tensions within cosmopolitan literature that are debated in contemporary scholarship: the continuum between unity and multiplicity, the nature of intersectionality and the (im)possibility of cosmopolitan aesthetics, always against the background of persist...
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As a new literary form in China, Transmedia fictions are constantly impacting the status of traditional paper novels. Participation culture is an important feature of Transmedia fictions, and it plays an important role in transmedia creation and communication modes. As a representative of mass culture and grassroots culture, Transmedia fictions con...
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Introduction Pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) is a generalized term, usually known as “jelly belly” since 1884. Incidence is very low, 1–3 per million people per year. Because of its indolent nature, it is usually diagnosed at an advanced stage, thereby impacting the quality of life. The 5-year survival rate varies from 23 to 86% in world literature. E...
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Background 3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase 2 (3βHSD2) deficiency is a rare form of congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH), with fewer than 200 cases reported in the world literature and few data on outcomes. Patients and Methods We report a mixed longitudinal and cross-sectional study from a single Algerian center between 2007 and 2021. Virilization...
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The article is devoted to the final period of the Gorky’s publishing house “World Literature” and the circumstances of its closure in January 1925. The article presents hithertho unknown protocols of the Editorial Board meetings from A.M. Gorky Аrchive of the IWL RAS, notes from the diary of K.I. Chukovsky and the A.L. Volynsky archive of in RGALI....
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Sexuality and sexual dysfunction have been described in various world literature since ancient times. With time advances, science and socio-cultural changes have evolved our understanding of sexuality and sexual disorders. Male sexual dysfunction is more commonly reported than female sexual dysfunction because of shyness, socio-cultural practices,...
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BENEFITS ACHIEVED BY THE OFFEROR FROM CO-OPERATION WITH FINAL PURCHASERS VS THE CO-OPERATION ENVIRONMENT – THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE PURCHASERS Abstract The aim of this article is to define the benefits achieved by offerors in the opinion of final purchasers thanks to co-operation with them and to identify the importance of the preferred environment o...
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Ticks in the Arachnida class, Ixodidada, are bloodsucking parasites. There are more than 900 species of ticks in the world, more than 200 of them. A total of 62 different tick species, 54 of which are Ixodid and 8 are Argasid, have been identified in Turkey, but some of them have not been accepted in the world literature. The tick species seen in T...
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Background. World literature data indicate the involvement of Vater-Pacinian corpuscles in the pathogenesis of palmar fascial fibromatosis, but the information about their pathomorphological changes and histomorphometric characteristics is contradictory. Purpose a comparative analysis of qualitative and quantitative changes in Vater-Pacinian corpu...
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Over the course of the 19 th century and well into 20 th , with the rising tide of nationalism led to an eclipse of interest in world literatures. In World literature in English, this paper would like to talk about Middle-Eastern Literature-this includes Turkish Literature with special emphasis on the writer Orhan Pamuk, Turkish Nobel Laureate in l...
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World Literature is an increasingly influential subject in literary studies, which has led to the reframing of contemporary ideas of `national literatures`, language and translation. This era of globalization is fast becoming the preferred term for describing the current times. It comprises the political, economical, social, cultural and literature...
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The literature of Mesopotamia represents the oldest literature known in the world in history regarding composition and recording. The oldest recording Sumerian literature texts referred to 2400 BC. It is very obvious that the literature texts of Mesopotamia were started to reach its brilliant time in the middle of third thousand BC , which means be...
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The book challenges the myth of the neutrality and detachment of the scholar. Its strength lies in its dynamic, engaging and passionate participation in the meeting of texts and words of different genres, geographical areas and cultures, in the pluralistic diversity of the themes explored, in its fundamental and creative relations with ecosophy, et...
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Introduction: Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is a common spinal disease of aging with a growing patient population, paralleling population growth. Minimally invasive treatments are evolving, and the use of these techniques needs guidance to provide the optimal patient safety and efficacy outcomes. Methods: The American Society of Pain and Neurosci...
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This paper describes the technique of interlaminar endoscopic surgery guided by a portable ultrasound device. This innovation allows endoscopic surgery to be performed without the use of real-time radiography, which is associated with a higher risk of radiation damage. The portable wireless ultrasound device used for this technique, which has not b...
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This study aimed to describe the survival outcomes and factors associated with prognosis in patients undergoing pulmonary metastasectomy with colorectal cancer (CRC) in a cancer center in South America. A retrospective analysis of patients that underwent lung metastasectomy due to CRC at National Cancer Institute (INC), Colombia between 2007 and 20...
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Love is important for the quality of human life. Not only do everyday experiences and analyses of pop culture and world literature attest to this; scientific research does as well. How exactly does love contribute to well-being? This chapter discusses the suggestion that it not only matters for the experiential quality of life, or for successful a...
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The article is devoted to the importance of teaching samples of the world literature at literature lessons in a secondary school against the background of modern challenges in the world and its main educational aspects. In the learning process, the role and importance of teaching these examples in the formation of planetary thinking in students, th...
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Her toplumun kendine özgü onu diğer toplumlardan farklı kılan gelenek, görenek, düşünce yapısı ve duygu örüntüleri bulunmaktadır. Bu örüntüler toplumların hayata bakış açısını belirlemektedir. Kültürlerarası faklılaşmalar da toplumların hayata bakış açıları ile oluşmaktadır. Müzeler bireylerin ve toplumların geçmiş kültürleri ile bağ kurmasını ve b...
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This paper critically engages in exploring the normalising mechanisms of heteronormativity and the impending homophobia that recurs in Himanjali Sankar’s Talking of Muskaan (2014). Sex, sexuality and gender have always been a subject of much debate. Homosexuality, as a possible form of sexuality, has never been accepted rather individuals who indul...
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Troia is an amalgam of myth and reality, which cannot be considered merely as a physical entity, a city or an archeological site. Archeological findings talk about a city of nine levels that has witnessed a period beginning from 3000 B.C. bronze age commercial town to the Helen city of Ilium in 100 B.C., extending into the fifth century B.C. as a R...
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The presentation is about the correct methods of studying English Literature.
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Objective: To investigate the feasibility of using quantitative assessment of the MT-ND1 gene copy number in culture medium as a marker of successful implantation and embryo quality. Materials and methods: We analyzed the level of MT-ND1 gene copy number in the spent culture medium as a function of embryo quality, maternal age, and the outcome of e...
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Though helping to usher in nineteenth-century nationalism, Romanticism was a literary and philosophical movement that was transnational in scope. This chapter provides an overview of four different transnational dimensions of Romanticism. It explores the idea of "world literature" as it was conceptualized by nineteenth century writers in Germany, B...
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ABSTRACT It is possible to talk about violence almost anywhere there are people. In fact, this can be said for all living things. The history of humanity begins with violence, and we can say that no civilization has been able to stop human brutality. According to the Islamic belief, the first blood was shed when the first human being, Abel, one...
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This article briefly analyses the works of Acad. Mihail Arnaudov. He is an author of insightful research of a number of classics of the Bulgarian and world literature. His determination and persistence with which he worked on his research are incredible and admirable. The long-lasting research activity of Acad. Mihail Arnaudov is “sealed” on the pa...
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Introduction Leukemia-like regimens given for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) are the cornerstone of treatment for T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma (LBL) and can produce complete remission rates exceeding 90%. For central nervous system (CNS) prophylaxis, intrathecal chemotherapy and cranial irradiation are used to prevent future CNS recurrence. Ob...
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Angiographically, a "dual LAD" is described as two distinct arteries supplying the vascular territory of the LAD in parts, identified as the short LAD/LAD1 and the long LAD/LAD2. Using an easy-to-understand three-step approach, Jariwala et al unveiled a novel classification strategy for dual LAD systems in an attempt to decrease ambiguity in diagno...
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Accessible yet comprehensive, this first systematic account of crime fiction across the globe offers a deep and thoroughly nuanced understanding of the genre's transnational history. Offering a lucid account of the major theoretical issues and comparative perspectives that constitute world crime fiction, this book introduces readers to the internat...
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This article briefly analyses the works of Acad. Mihail Arnaudov. He is an author of insightful research of a number of classics of the Bulgarian and world literature. His determination and persistence with which he worked on his research are incredible and admirable. The long-lasting research activity of Acad. Mihail Arnaudov is “sealed” on the pa...
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The aim of this article is to study the relationship between the role of women and men in the family with the stages of formation of human society using works of world literature. It has been shown that women are the first to acquire a reasonable state by grouping to counteract the aggression of α-males or coquetry, which formed the basis for choos...
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Kenzaburō Ōe’s A Personal Matter depicts the protagonist Bird’s severe identity crisis following the birth of his child with a head abnormality, which would inevitably cause the cancellation of his trip to Africa he had dreamt of making for years. He even attempts to have the baby killed in order to be able to go off to Africa to which he has alway...
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Introduction:The international literature shows in recent years an increase in the diagnosis of pituitary adenomas. However, in Colombia and Latin America few studies are known that evaluate epidemiological data or compile the available information. Methods: A bibliographic review of the scientific publications developed in the last 50 years was ca...
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Imaging plays a fundamental role in the managing childhood neurologic, neurosurgical and neuro-oncological disease. Employing multi-parametric MRI techniques, such as spectroscopy and diffusion- and perfusion-weighted imaging, to the radiophenotyping of neuroradiologic conditions is becoming increasingly prevalent, particularly with radiogenomic an...
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Introduction Cardiovascular disease (CVD) contribute the largest mortality burden globally, with most of the deaths (80% of all deaths) occurring in low and middle-income countries (LMICs), including Tanzania. Despite the increasing burden, to date, CVD research output is still limited in Tanzania, as it is for many sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) countri...
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Obesity is increasingly common in post-industrial societies and poses a threat to public health. The main reason for the accumulation of excess adipose tissue is a violation of human energy balance. Modification of eating behavior is the basis for prevention and treatment of obesity and overweight. The purpose of the study was to examine the effect...
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During the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, 46 Portuguese authors collaborated on a serialized hypertext novel: Bode Inspiratório, translated into English as Escape Goat. It draws attention to escapism in literature and calls to the mind a 21st-century retelling of the Decameron, which belongs to the rich sets of texts emanating from The Thousand and...
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Objective: the study aims to analyze the performance and outcome of resuscitation thoracotomy (TR) performed in patients victims of penetrating and blunt trauma in a trauma center in southern Brazil during a 7 years period. Methods: retrospective study based on the analysis of medical records of patients undergoing TR, from 2014 to 2020, in the...
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Comparative Literature is the examination and analysis of the relationships and similarities of the literatures of different peoples and nations. Just like languages, literatures have always been in contact with one another, and as Haun Saussy remarked, even the Ancient Greek critic Longinus analysed passages of Greek and Hebrew literatures. Howeve...
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This review summarizes papers which analyze impact of self-citation on research evaluation. We introduce a generalized definition of self-citation and its variants: author, institutional, country, journal, discipline, publisher self-citation. Formulae of the basic self-citation measures are given, namely self-citing and self-cited rates. World lite...
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The purpose of the research is to outline the current state of the problem of pulmonary nematodoses of domestic cats, to draw the attention of veterinarians to it, to raise their awareness of the peculiarities of methods for diagnosing these helminthoses. Materials and methods . The literature data on the distribution, species composition, differen...
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The most worldwide method of liquidating underground hard coal mines is by spontaneous flooding as the result of the discontinuation of the rock mass drainage. Due to the hydrological reconstruction of the previously disturbed water system by mining operations, the movements of the rock mass with the opposite direction than subsidence appear. These...
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The history of Indian diasporic writing is as old as the diaspora itself. Most of the Indian diaspora now settled in different countries found its inception in the form of indentured labour. The population of diaspora has increased over the years due to increased migration, a shift in global supply chain and technological advancements which togethe...
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Disc and button battery ingestion in children is common. In fact, data reports a dramatic increase in battery ingestion during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic likely as a result of increased household population density and electronic product utilization. These batteries often remain lodged in the esophagus causing potentially devastating com...
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Hypercoagulability in patients with COVID-19 is associated with higher morbidity and mortality. Although the world literature is reporting mostly for deep venous thrombosis and venous thromboembolism, more and more reports highlights arterial manifestations of COVID-19. Acute limb ischemia (ALI) in COVID-19 patients is discussed in several studies,...
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Hypoglossal Schwannomas are extremely rare benign slow-growing neoplasms, which originate from the 12th cranial nerve. To date, and to the best of our knowledge, only 40 cases of dumbbell-shaped Hypoglossal Swchannomas have been published in the world literature. We report our experience with a 66 years old male patient, who was diagnosed with a so...
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The numerous ecological catastrophes of the twentieth century caused by humans have found their way into mass culture. Among them is the Chornobyl nuclear accident that took place in Ukraine in 1986. This disaster became a subject of reflection not only in Ukrainian literature but also in world films and computer games. Along with other works on th...
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Development of bilateral hydronephrosis and ureteric rupture has never been reported in the published literature so far. We describe a case of 51years old gentleman who developed this complication aftertrans-rectal ultrasound guided prostate biopsy. The patient was treated with bilateral double-J stent insertion, intravenous antibiotic therapy and...
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Carcinoma penis is a rare malignancy accounting 0.5 to 1% cases in the developed countries with a slightly higher incidence in the developing nations. Slow locoregional progression is characteristic of penile carcinoma and distant metastases are very uncommon. We hereby report a case of highly aggressive squamous cell penile carcinoma in a 46-year-...
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This article explores how the Iranian poet and translator Ahmad Shamlu (1925–2000) reconceives the configuration of world poetics. Working at the intersection of global modernism and translation studies, it traces the formation of a Persian modernist poetics of solidarity on the basis of translations from so-called third-world literatures and explo...
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The Ramayana is Valmiki's wonderful literary creation that is considered as one of the most celebrated and ancient historical document of India and its surroundings. This paper shed lights on poetic, social and historical perspectives of the Ramayana that attracts the readers and literature lovers of all over the world. In this study, it is depicte...
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This article offers a reflection upon The Brothers Karamazov , interpreted as a theological and philosophical contribution to the debate over humanity’s practical relationship to suffering and vulnerability. The relationship is practical insofar as the questions with which Dostoevsky struggles all relate to human agency: How should we live in the c...
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This monograph traces a part of the Western reception history of Hōjōki in late nineteenth and early twentieth century, and doing so tries to reposition this work, hitherto confined to the Japanese literary repertoire, as world literature. It employs translation theories, world literature theories and postcolonial conceptions to show how asymmetric...
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We share our experience of one 29-year-old female, G2 P1, with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and at 30 weeks of pregnancy. The 30-week gravid uterus in combination with a poor ventilation-perfusion ratio creates a restrictive lung pattern that may prove to be lethal for both the mother and baby. Due to her rapid deterioration and incre...
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About the Conference The deliberations of the conference will be useful for sharpening the research tools and strategies by the teachers and research scholars. The conference will discuss multiculturalism focusing on the ideological issues of caste, gender, religion, and the social movements affecting the new literatures written in different langua...
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مزایای زندگی شهری همواره مردم را به شهرها جذب کرده است اما زندگی شهری می‌تواند با عوامل خطر ژنتیکی تعامل داشته و موجب ایجاد و تشدید بیماری‌های روانی از جمله استرس و اظطراب شود. استرس شهری یک چالش بهداشت روان جهانی است، که جوامع توسعه یافته و در حال توسعه با آن مواجه هستند. با وجود استفاده مکرر از این اصطلاح در مقالات علمی و رسانه‌ها، ماهیت دقیق آن...
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This manuscript makes a synthesis of knowledge on the African textile potential in world literature. The results show that cotton is the most produced textile raw material in Africa. This African cotton production amounts on average to 11% of the world production for 13% of the world arable land. Africa processes only about 2%. In Africa, there is...
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Contributing to a growing body of research on acknowledging U.S. imperialism within teacher education, this article explores how knowledge production on Iran—and U.S.-Iran relations more broadly—in secondary education represents a site of what Britzman has called difficult knowledge. Here, the difficulty of classroom engagements with the theme of U...
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As one of the greatest masterpieces in Chinese history, Dao De Jing is a philosophical work by Laozi (Li Er, c.571-471 BCE) published in the 4th century BCE. It contains 81 chapters/verses whose essence is on moral philosophy and ideal ways for humans to be in harmony with nature, self-cultivation, governing the country, deploying military forces,...
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When the world shut down due to an ‘unknown’ pandemic in March 2020, it was not the first time society has been affected by spreading global disease, which further spread collective and individual dis-ease. It often seems as much as things change, the more they stay the same. Uncertainty breeds fear, and so too does isolation—always has. Fear revel...