It ’ s clear from these election results is that the country is hopelessly divided
The next few days will see us saturated in ‘spin’, but we have to focus on what really happened. What is patently clear from the European election results is that the country is hopelessly divided. This result was a cry of frustration at a political class that seems to lack the answers to the biggest issue facing the UK. Millions of people have turned to the easy falsehoods of the far right populists. Nigel Farage – a wealthy, privately educated former trader – has convinced many people he’s on their side, when the reality is he peddles the same old snake oil. The failure of Tommy Robinson to get elected in the North West was good news, but it shouldn’t blind us to the fact that Farage’s shallow nationalism is picking up votes everywhere. It’s clear that however people voted in 2016, the majority are deeply frustrated with the two main parties, and understandably so. Whether we like it or not, Brexit is what the majority were voting on this week – yet both Labour and the Tories campaigned as if the UK’s relationship with the EU wasn’t on the ballot paper. This was a disastrous night for the Tories. Achieving their worst ever result in a national poll shows they’ve lost what little mandate they have to govern. This result is a reflection not just of their catastrophic handling of Brexit, but of the callous and unfeeling decade of austerity they have inflicted upon our country. Whoever replaces Theresa May ...
ConclusionsCompressed sensing reduced the acquisition time of conventional MR imaging of the ankle by 20% without decreasing diagnostic image quality, SNR and CNR.
Hilary Nickols, MD, PhDFrom time to time, I feature neuropathologists who exhibit talents beyond the strict confines of neuropathology. For example, I recently features the inimitableMark Cohen and his prodigious classical guitar skills. I discovered another neuropathologist/artist during the recent annual meeting of the American Association of Neuropathologists: Hilary Nickols, MD, PhD, of Norton Healthcare in Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Nickols shared with me her detailed drawing of a craniotomy surgical field which she recently witnessed during a visit to the operating room.The scene in the operating room, including ...
Conclusion. This kind of procedure should be kept in the therapeutic armament in the current setting of costly targeted systemic treatments of spondyloarthritis. However, definition of a clear position in the treatment strategy needs further well conducted studies.
ConclusionsPamidronate is a safe and efficient method of CRMO therapy, particularly in cases refractory to NSAIDs treatment. Treatment with pamidronate provides both symptomatic relief as well as normalisation of bone morphology.
Publication date: Available online 16 June 2019Source: Joint Bone SpineAuthor(s): Pierre Letellier, Florian Bailly, Marina Assadourian, Antoine Potel, Violaine Foltz, Sophia Ascione, Laetitia Morardet, Myrianne Le Ralle, Bruno Fautrel, Arnaud Dupeyron, Nada Ibrahim-Nasser, Isabelle Griffoul-Espitalier, Bernard Duplan, Johann Beaudreuil, Laure Gossec
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