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Low Back Pain [chapter]

John D. Loeser
1997 Neurosurgical Management of Pain  
.; Loeser, John D.Surgery for Low Back Pain: A Review of the Evidence for an American Pain Society Clinical Practice Guideline Spine. 34(10):1094-1109, May 1, 2009.  ...  Imaging strategies for low-back pain: systematic review and meta-analysis. Lancet. 2009 Feb 7;373(9662):463-72. Chou, R, et.al. For the American Pain Society Low Back Pain Guideline Panel.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4612-1938-5_4 fatcat:x6cksibz4na2ncvexdfp6kkmzy

On Deviance: The Traditionalists Strike Back

JOHN D. COIE
1976 Contemporary Psychology  
On Deviance: The Traditionalists Strike Back Walter R. Gove (Ed.) The Labelling of Deviance: Evaluating a Perspective. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage, 1975. Pp. 313. $15.00. Reviewed by JoHN D.  ...  John D. Coie is Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Psychology at Duke University. A University of Cali- fornia (Berkeley) PhD, he is Consulting Editor for Journal of Personality.  ... 
doi:10.1037/014722 fatcat:ussmm2tyhrbw7n2r4yeeze4jla

Library Marketplace -- Looking Forward-Looking Back

John D. Riley
2013 Against the Grain  
Library Marketplace -Looking Forward-Looking Back Column Editor: John D.  ...  Holyoke College called "Books to Blogs and Back" focusing on the future of the book in the digital age.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.5342 fatcat:utpq76fwzrdqnfhpmqm5yfpa5e

Bringing Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores in Europe [chapter]

Luigi Boitani, John D. C. Linnell
2015 Rewilding European Landscapes  
Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores in Europe  ...  (From Kaczensky et al 2013) Bringing Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores in Europe Bringing Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores in Europe Bringing Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-12039-3_4 fatcat:wxupojksk5aalbzenpiimylijq

Support for Business R&D in Budget 2012: Two Steps Forward and One Back

John Lester
2012 Social Science Research Network  
total, about 1600 firms, received assistance amounting to more than 50 percent of their R&D spending. 17 16 See John Lester and Jacek Warda "Modifying the B-index to Improve International Comparisons  ...  R&D.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2131539 fatcat:k3v3vtjs6jgcfmgpruimryjsly

The Injured Back and Its Treatment

John D. Ellis
1940 Southern medical journal (Birmingham, Ala. Print)  
The Injured Back and Its Treatment. Edited by John D. Ellis, M.D. 377 pages, illustrated. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, publisher, 1940. Cloth $5.50.  ...  DEATHS Dr, Cecil D. Gaston, Birmingham, aged 53, died September 12. Dr. John Chason, Chatom, aged 64, died June 26 of biliary cirrhosis. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00007611-194010000-00037 fatcat:ijujm37elvfafbn3ntq24hvjfy

Redefining Human Vitamin D Sufficiency: Back to the Basics

John S. Adams, Jonathan Ramin, Brandon Rafison, Charles Windon, Annika Windon, Philip T. Liu
2013 Bone Research  
The consequence is mobilization of skeletal calcium stores to return the circulating calcium level back to the normal range.  ...  In the presence of a low serum calcium level, the vitamin D metabolic pathway is called upon to produce more of the active vitamin D hormone, 1, 25-dihydroxyvitamin D (1, 25-D), via up-regulation of the  ...  Introduction *Correspondence: John S.  ... 
doi:10.4248/br201301002 pmid:25285234 pmcid:PMC4180627 fatcat:ilticwfrw5aezopy6bgl2npvrm

Back to the future: a new look at 'old' vitamin D

Rene F Chun, John S Adams, Martin Hewison
2008 Journal of Endocrinology  
Our perception of the vitamin D system continues to evolve.  ...  To date, signaling pathways for these new responses to vitamin D have been based on established endocrine models for active 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D, despite present evidence for more localized, intracrine  ...  vitamin D metabolites.  ... 
doi:10.1677/joe-08-0170 pmid:18495944 pmcid:PMC2699326 fatcat:3pgrbmy2a5flxhpuhvhjkohfya

On Implementing Real-time Specification Patterns Using Observers [article]

John D. Backes and Michael W. Whalen and Andrew Gacek and John Komp
2016 arXiv   pre-print
English language requirements are often used to specify the behavior of complex cyber-physical systems. The process of transforming these requirements to a formal specification language is often challenging, especially if the specification language does not contain constructs analogous to those used in the original requirements. For example, requirements often contain real-time constraints, but many specification languages for model checkers have discrete time semantics. Work in specification
more » ... tterns helps to bridge these gaps, allowing straightforward expression of common requirements patterns in formal languages. In this work we demonstrate how we support real-time specification patterns in the Assume Guarantee Reasoning Environment (AGREE) using observers. We demonstrate that there are subtle challenges, not mentioned in previous literature, to express real-time patterns accurately using observers. We then demonstrate that these patterns are sufficient to model real-time requirements for a real-world avionics system.
arXiv:1604.08155v1 fatcat:fnw2oss2jvfmdp47lhq74abeny

Space Structures on the Back of an Envelope: John Hedgepeth's Design Approach

Mark S. Lake, Lee D. Peterson, Martin M. Mikulas
2006 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
JOURNAL OF SPACECRAFT AND ROCKETS Vol. 43, No. 6, November—December 2006 Space Structures on the Back of an Envelope: John Hedgepeth’s Design Approach Mark S.  ...  Hedgepeth [1] John M.  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.21076 fatcat:hwjddmmforgltjsdyfjme7jl64

Plant natural products: Back to the future or into extinction?

James D. McChesney, Sylesh K. Venkataraman, John T. Henri
2007 Phytochemistry  
Natural product substances have historically served as the most significant source of new leads for pharmaceutical development. However, with the advent of robotics, bioinformatics, high throughput screening (HTS), molecular biology-biotechnology, combinatorial chemistry, in silico (molecular modeling) and other methodologies, the pharmaceutical industry has largely moved away from plant derived natural products as a source for leads and prospective drug candidates. Can, or will, natural
more » ... s ever recapture the preeminent position they once held as a foundation for drug discovery and development? The challenges associated with development of natural products as pharmaceuticals are illustrated by the Taxol Ò story. Several misconceptions, which constrain utilization of plant natural products, for discovery and development of pharmaceuticals, are addressed to return natural products to the forefront.
doi:10.1016/j.phytochem.2007.04.032 pmid:17574638 fatcat:ddj2fjhe5nhnhk2xo2ydzip6pm

Back injuries to fast bowlers in cricket: a prospective study

D Foster, D John, B Elliott, T Ackland, K Fitch
1989 British Journal of Sports Medicine  
ical techniques for extended periods, are predisposed to back injuries.  ...  The foot Back injuries to fast bowlers in cricket: D. Foster et al. arches are designed to help absorb impact forces.  ...  This may contribute to the development of back injuries.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bjsm.23.3.150 pmid:2620228 pmcid:PMC1478681 fatcat:nwlyll6m5barhcgz4s6sgcmtla

Objectives of the Preplacement X-Ray Investigation of the Low-Back Area

John R. Winston, Robert D. Moreton
1954 Radiology  
Panel Discussion on Low Back Pain Objectives of the Preplacement X-Ray Investigation of the Low-Back Area’ JOHN R. WINSTON, M.D.,? and ROBERT D. MORETON, M.D., F.A.C.R.?  ...  WINSTON AND ROBERT D.  ... 
doi:10.1148/63.5.664 pmid:13215794 fatcat:s4xqy7aixrdatiavwiaespgsgy

Exosomes: Looking back three decades and into the future

Clifford V. Harding, John E. Heuser, Philip D. Stahl
2013 Journal of Cell Biology  
Correspondence to Philip D.  ...  (d) Apotransferrin remains bound to its receptor at acid pH, and both receptor and ligand recycle to the plasma membrane, where apotransferrin dissociates from the receptor.  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201212113 pmid:23420870 pmcid:PMC3575527 fatcat:kw4tdy2fnjaznimooqqic3kpiy

Superficial heat or cold for low back pain

Simon D French, Melainie Cameron, Bruce F Walker, John W Reggars, Adrian J Esterman
2006 The Cochrane library  
Heat and cold are commonly utilised in the treatment of low-back pain by both health care professionals and people with low-back pain.  ...  There is insufficient evidence to evaluate the effects of cold for low-back pain, and conflicting evidence for any differences between heat and cold for low-back pain.  ...  Continuous low-level heatwrap therapy for treating acute nonspecific low back pain. St John Dixon 1972 {published data only} St John Dixon A, Owen-Smith BD, Harrison RA.  ... 
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd004750.pub2 pmid:16437495 pmcid:PMC8846312 fatcat:dz5i4nx72bg2vlmzxxizjms6am
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