Anti-semitism and Xenophobia.

Anti-semitism and Xenophobia. Am J Psychoanal. 2017 Oct 23;: Authors: Kogan I Abstract This paper explores the link between anti-Semitism and xenophobia from a psychoanalytic prism. The author claims that anti-Semitism is a particular form of xenophobia directed against Jews, with some unique characteristics. She first introduces some basic notions about xenophobia, and then discusses the origins of anti-Semitism as they are viewed in early psychoanalytic thinking and in contemporary psychoanalysis. The article explores the nature of anti-Semitism in society today, and presents some reflections on the interplay between anti-Semitism and other kinds of xenophobia. PMID: 29062130 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Publication date: Available online 19 April 2019Source: The American Journal of SurgeryAuthor(s): Tammy Ju, Lisbi Rivas, Kyle Kurland, Sheena Chen, Andrew Sparks, Paul P. Lin, Khashayar VaziriAbstractBackgroundTo identify trends in total and subtotal gastrectomy for middle and distal third gastric adenocarcinoma in the U.S.MethodsNCDB was queried for patients with stage 0-III middle or distal gastric adenocarcinoma treated with total or subtotal gastrectomy. Statistical analysis including cox proportional hazards model was performed to examine overall survival by stage.Results1,628(85%) underwent subtotal gastrectomy and 2...
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Publication date: Available online 19 April 2019Source: The American Journal of SurgeryAuthor(s): Zachary M. Callahan, Stephen P. Gadomski, Deepika Koganti, Pankaj H. Patel, Alec C. Beekley, Patricia Williams, Julie Donnelly, Murray J. Cohen, Joshua A. MarksAbstractBackgroundOur institution amended its trauma activation criteria to require a Level II activation for patients ≥65 years old on antithrombotic medication presenting with suspected head trauma.MethodsOur institutional trauma registry was queried for geriatric patients on antithrombotic medication in the year before and after this criteria change. Demographics,...
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Publication date: Available online 19 April 2019Source: The American Journal of SurgeryAuthor(s): Navaratne L, A. Martinez-Isla
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Abstract The goal of this study was to identify neurostructural frontal lobe correlates of cognitive and speaking rate changes in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). 17 patients diagnosed with ALS and 12 matched controls underwent clinical, bulbar, and neuropsychological assessment and structural neuroimaging. Neuropsychological testing was performed via a novel computerized frontal battery (ALS-CFB), based on a validated theoretical model of frontal lobe functions, and focused on testing energization, executive function, emotion processing, theory of mind, and behavioral inhibition via antisaccades. The measure ...
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Hi all, I've never posted before, although I have been reading threads since I started thinking about med school application last year. I'll attempt to be concise: From what I can tell, it seems the single greatest mistake a premed can make is to turn down an acceptance. I get that. It seems that an acceptable reason for doing so is fleeting, and people who do do so get shut down by commenters on here rather quickly. My question is ... why? Why is it so bad (from the perspective of a med... Clarification on Turning Down Acceptance
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I know when applying to med school, the idea of being over qualified for a school was a legitimate concern. I am wondering if the same concept applies to residency matching. For example, if someone from a great school like Stanford wants to do a random residency in Arkansas (just picking a random state) that isn’t ranked highly or anything, would their app be looked at?
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