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Letter to the editor

Joel Alcantara
2007 Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy  
Upon further examination of the 20 cases cited as resulting in delayed diagnosis or inappropriate provision of chiropractic care, the supporting references were nothing more than Letters to the Editor  ...  Vohra et al failed to address this in their paper.  ...  with spine-related problems, to read this book.  ... 
pmid:19066674 pmcid:PMC2565628 fatcat:ykjuroq7yzgtbbagkgrhvg5mhe

Letters to the Editor

1971 Circulation Research  
C. 2007 REPLY TO THE ABOVE LETTER I should like to comment on each of the interesting points raised by Richard Gillis.  ...  A reasonable electrical representation is the core conductor model.  ...  Unipolar action potentials by Scher (2) show leading edges similar to V m , but the duration is limited by breakthrough and the amplitudes are only 40 mv.  ... 
doi:10.1161/01.res.29.1.104 pmid:4397821 fatcat:gvy5bnev2rh7pipnwbtl7kgawi

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Kenneth A. Easlick, John K. Peterson, Kalyani Amatyakul, Varaporn Buatongsri, Sompol Lekfuangfu, Ben D. Barker, J. Earl Williams, Bob Downs, Jay W. Friedman, Bruce L. Douglas, Philip E. Blackerby, Dick Remington (+5 others)
1980 Journal of Public Health Dentistry  
We consider ourselves fortunate to have had the opportunity to not only be his students but also to admire him over the years.  ...  It was a well remembered privilege for me to have worked with Ken Easlick on the Board and to have benefited from his wwrkshops.  ...  Beverly Hills, CA 90210 * * * * * March 17, 1980 To quote directly from the concluding statement of a workshop held at the To the Editor: University of Michigan regarding caries prevention just two years  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1752-7325.1980.tb01869.x fatcat:w3eubljb2fghda2xhqc3nhllke

Letter to the editor

James Harrison, Jerry Moller, John Dolinis
1995 NSW Public Health Bulletin  
A key challenge is to provide advice that enables policymakers and other users of the information to make good comparisons of values of indicators, over time and between places.  ...  The recent emergence of an approach to managing public health in Australia (at both State and national levels) through defining, setting and monitoring quantitative targets carries implicit technical challenges  ...  To fit a complex regression model to the withinstrata trends over time (which exist, at least for males, in some age groups) and formally model the data simply to draw the same conclusion would not have  ... 
doi:10.1071/nb95029 fatcat:mifq6lgw75bsxlel2ld6g7vybe

Letters to the editor

Scavenging Valve, Ronald J. Luich, Henri Desmeules, W. Douglas Lahay, Vincenti Ezio, Bruno Tambuscio, Finn Redke Christensen, Lars Willy Andersen
1982 Canadian Anaesthetists Society journal / Journal de la Société canadienne des anesthésistes  
The machine alarms may check out 100 per cent before use, then fail either way as indicated above once a case has started. Such machines are immediately removed from service and replaced.  ...  I would like to draw to the attention of your readers a potential hazard in the Drager Narkomed H anaesthetic machine system incorporating the integral Model DPM-S Drager pressure monitor.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03007536 pmid:7104813 fatcat:nzz4ho5zijbctmra5nnz3xvdlm

Letters to the Editor

1990 PS: Political Science and Politics  
This honest exposition of Marx's writings does not hesitate to offer bold and provocative asessments about his work and particularly about the failure of Marxism to serve as a viable model for freedom  ...  This book presents a well-written and highly sophisticated overview of the contemporary dynamics of businessgovernment relations in capitalist societies.  ...  December 15, 1990: Mailing of preliminary program to University of Puget Sound for reproduction.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096500033205 fatcat:6cterqifbbew7ognbgorpynh7m

Letters to the Editor

J. E. Wright
1960 Science  
The editor has failed to exercise any critical analysis or judgment in select- ing the materials used—for example, the illustration (No. 100) of the Aleu- tian Islanders dressed in Plains Indian costume  ...  Attempts to show graft transmission of male fertility also failed.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.131.3401.630 pmid:17807434 fatcat:y2xgujpcbvgflc64scxwuwl6ky

Letters to the Editor

R. S. Ledley
1960 Science  
He replac?s or a life in the West Indies to piciures of a R. C.  ...  Mary Lou Pritchard (Lincoln, Neb.) has been appointed editor of the News- letter. Betty McLaughlin, (Washington, D.C.) was elected permanent secretary.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.131.3399.474 pmid:17754507 fatcat:c2ybip4ezneophjd6tduvkjaz4

Letters to the Editor

Klaus Fuchs, Edward M. Corson
1950 Physics today  
Reitz and Conrad Longmire............ 15 MICROWAVES AND SOUND | NS er ee re 20 DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editor...... 3 Journal Notes............. 32 Notes from Abroad........ 26 ~=Books..... a mataae  ...  Ney MICROSCOPY WITH X-RAYS EXPERIMENTAL INSTRUMENT MODELS DESCRIBED Reports from Stanford University and the General Electric Research Laboratory give new encouragement to the hope that some form of the  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3066836 fatcat:p2ggfcvb3fakporzjoc2y4rpua

Letters to the Editor

A. Leeds
1960 Science  
It fails to distinguish the work of genuine scientists from that of quacks. The remedy is obvious.  ...  by the various nuclear models.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.132.3420.110-b pmid:17775747 fatcat:6wmhbbdicnh3ldlphcngpcrp2q

Letters to the Editor

Shirley Cohen-Mekelburg, Yecheskel Schneider, Ellen Scherl, Adam Steinlauf
2017 Inflammatory Bowel Diseases  
It is interesting that in this case functional MRI failed to demonstrate decreased CBV in the parietal lobe.  ...  Several explanations have been proposed to explain the phenomenon of anosognosia. 8 9 All the models invoke dysfunction of the cerebral cortex, especially the parietal cortex.  ...  asked to moved the limbs irregularly; (d) response to tremor activity.  ... 
doi:10.1097/mib.0000000000001032 pmid:28221253 fatcat:v2ns27tsfrfexmbmyznje3cnlu

Letters to the Editor

H. F. Harlow
1960 Science  
For the solution, DYANA automatically directs the computer to prepare a mathematical model of the system, to write its own program for solving the model, then to execute the program and compute the desired  ...  In the 0.8 percent die- poxybutane treatment, eight plants, or 20 percent, failed to produce fruit.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.131.3415.1700-b pmid:17796416 fatcat:dldzhr4p2fde3jjgjbl4ud677i

Letters to the Editor

1994 NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy  
Animal models, even the aged EAE, can only oVer suggestions which live or die according to correlative studies of multiple sclerosis tissue or patients.  ...  The unpublished additional data mentioned in our letter have been submitted with this letter and are available on request (tables 1a-1c, figures 1 and 2). Bernardin LJ.  ... 
doi:10.2190/ns4.1.e pmid:22914068 fatcat:5il6sxz73fgftofbiry2wy5wui

Letters to the Editor

M. Smith
1960 Science  
Forde’s letter to the editor concerning my article is a bit ambig- uous, for it neither disproves my hy- pothesis nor supports it.  ...  from them at much more than replacement rate.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.131.3417.1858-b pmid:17777371 fatcat:pyffr655nbfxpp5yqa35xbsfo4

Letter to the Editor: Animal Ethics Committees - Reassurances Rejected

Denise Russell
2013 Between the Species An Online Journal for the Study of Philosophy and Animals  
It is heartening to see that the University of Sydney does comply. My own university only recently changed its practice.  ...  In a major study reported this year in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Soek et al. (2013) found that mice models for human sepsis, burns and trauma fail.  ... 
doi:10.15368/bts.2013v16n1.13 fatcat:weah5pypizcz7ec2yk3wor33qi
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