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Tumors

A tumor or tumour is the name for a neoplasm or a solid lesion formed by an abnormal growth of cells (termed neoplastic) which looks like a swelling. Tumor is not synonymous with cancer. A tumor can...

Stridor

Stridor is a high pitched wheezing sound resulting from turbulent air flow in the upper airway. It is primarily inspiratory. It can be indicative of serious airway obstruction from severe conditions...

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is a carcinomatous cancer occurring in many different organs, including the skin, lips, mouth, esophagus, urinary bladder, prostate, lungs, vagina, and cervix. It is a ...

Contract Research Organization news

A contract research organization, also called a clinical research organization, (CRO) is a service organization that provides support to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in the form o...

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Clinical trials involving new drugs are commonly classified into four phases. Each phase of the drug approval process is treated as a separate clinical trial. The drug-development process will norma...

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Wikipedia: Homeopathy and Evidence for Unpatentable Medications

By FRED TROTTER Recently, I have had some interesting conversations with doctors and medical students of Naturopathic Medicine. I am slowly getting involved in editing Wikipedia medicine articles, and...

Wikipedia use -- nothing to be ashamed about

(Monash University) Academics and students alike should be making better use of Wikipedia, a major study of digital technology use in Higher Education has recommended.

A “Wikipedia” for neurons

The decades worth of data that has been collected about the billions of neurons in the brain is astounding. To help scientists make sense of this “brain big data,” researchers at Carnegie Mellon U...

Wikipedia use — nothing to be ashamed about

Academics and students alike should be making better use of Wikipedia, a major study of digital technology use in Higher Education has recommended. The Australia-UK collaboration led by Professo...

'Wikipedia' for Neurons Indexes Physiological Information

The decades worth of data that has been collected about the billions of neurons in the brain is astounding. To help scientists make sense of this “brain big data,” researchers at Carnegie Mellon U...

'Wikipedia' for neurons created

To help scientists make sense of 'brain big data,' researchers have used data mining to create www.neuroelectro.org, a publicly available website that acts like Wikipedia, indexing physiological infor...

Better predicting flu outbreaks with Wikipedia

Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory have the ability to forecast the upcoming flu season and other infectious diseases by analyzing views of Wikipedia articles. "The ability to more accuratel...

Researchers create 'Wikipedia' for neurons

The decades worth of data that has been collected about the billions of neurons in the brain is astounding. To help scientists make sense of this "brain big data," researchers at Carnegie Mellon Unive...

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Wikipedia editing dynamics.

A model for the probabilistic function followed in editing Wikipedia is presented and compared with simulations and real data. It is argued that the probability of editing is proportional to the edito...

Does ultrasonic advanced energy reduce lymphocele incidence in laparoscopic para-aortic lymphadenectomy?

To evaluate the use of ultrasonic advanced energy in reducing the occurrence of symptomatic lymphocele and its related complications in laparoscopic extra-peritoneal para-aortic lymphadenectomy in pat...

Urinary obstruction from lymphocele.

Interactions of Cultures and Top People of Wikipedia from Ranking of 24 Language Editions.

Wikipedia is a huge global repository of human knowledge that can be leveraged to investigate interwinements between cultures. With this aim, we apply methods of Markov chains and Google matrix for th...

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