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Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 2009, Volume 69, Issue 1, pp. 5 - 16
In 1980 Friedrich Hayek wrote to Paul Samuelson complaining about the role that had played in discrediting the thesis of Hayek's . In the 11th edition of ,... 
Mixed economy | Hayek | Planning | Welfare state | Samuelson | ECONOMICS | Hayek Samuelson Planning Welfare state Mixed economy | Studies | Economists | Economic theory | Political economy | Hayek, Friedrich A. von | Samuelson, Paul A
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by Palles, Claire and Chegwidden, Laura and Li, Xinzhong and Findlay, John M and Farnham, Garry and Castro Giner, Francesc and Peppelenbosch, Maikel P and Kovac, Michal and Adams, Claire L and Prenen, Hans and Briggs, Sarah and Harrison, Rebecca and Sanders, Scott and MacDonald, David and Haigh, Chris and Tucker, Art and Love, Sharon and Nanji, Manoj and Decaestecker, John and Ferry, David and Rathbone, Barrie and Hapeshi, Julie and Barr, Hugh and Moayyedi, Paul and Watson, Peter and Zietek, Barbara and Maroo, Neera and Gay, Laura and Underwood, Tim and Boulter, Lisa and McMurtry, Hugh and Monk, David and Patel, Praful and Ragunath, Krish and Al Dulaimi, David and Murray, Iain and Koss, Konrad and Veitch, Anew and Trudgill, Nigel and Nwokolo, Chuka and Rembacken, Bjorn and Atherfold, Paul and Green, Elaine and Ang, Yeng and Kuipers, Ernst J and Chow, Wu and Paterson, Stuart and Kai, Sudarshan and Beales, Ian and Grimley, Charles and Mullins, Paul and Beckett, Conrad and Farrant, Mark and Dixon, Anew and Kelly, Sean and Johnson, Matthew and Wajed, Shahjehan and Dhar, Anjan and Sawyer, Elinor and Roylance, Rebecca and Onstad, Lynn and Gammon, Marilie D and Corley, Douglas A and Shaheen, Nicholas J and Bird, Nigel C and Hardie, Laura J and Reid, Brian J and Ye, Weimin and Liu, Geoffrey and Romero, Yvonne and Bernstein, Leslie and Wu, Anna H and Casson, Alan G and Fitzgerald, Rebecca and Whiteman, David C and Risch, Harvey A and Levine, David M and Vaughan, Tom L and Verhaar, Auke P and van den Brande, Jan and Toxopeus, Eelke L and Spaander, Manon C and Wijnhoven, Bas P. L and van der Laan, Luc J. W and Krishnadath, Kausilia and Wijmenga, Cisca and Trynka, Gosia and McManus, Ross and Reynolds, John V and O'Sullivan, Jacintha and MacMathuna, Paaic and McGarrigle, Sarah A and Kelleher, Dermot and Vermeire, Severine and Cleynen, Isabelle and Bisschops, Raf and Tomlinson, Ian and Jankowski, Janusz
Gastroenterology, ISSN 0016-5085, 2015, Volume 148, Issue 2, pp. 367 - 378
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HISTORY OF ECONOMIC IDEAS, ISSN 1122-8792, 2010, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 87 - 103
Much controversy exists over whether F. A. Hayek posited an inevitability thesis interventionist policy would supposedly mutate into full-blown command... 
HISTORY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES | HISTORY
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Paediatrics and Child Health, ISSN 1751-7222, 2014, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp. 66 - 71
Abstract Hair problems can cause considerable anxiety among both parents and children. This article discusses hair growth and cycling, common presentations of... 
Pediatrics | hair shaft disorders | trichotillomania | telogen effluvium | alopecia | aplasia cutis | tinea capitis | hair loss | alopecia areata | triangular alopecia | Alopecia | Triangular alopecia | Aplasia cutis | Telogen effluvium | Tinea capitis | Hair loss | Hair shaft disorders | Trichotillomania | Alopecia areata | Care and treatment | Diagnosis | Baldness | Risk factors
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BMJ Case Reports, ISSN 1757-790X, 10/2013, Volume 2013, Issue oct14 1, pp. bcr2013008566 - bcr2013008566
Our patient is a 75-year-old man who presented after his pet dog licked persistently at an asymptomatic lesion behind his right ear. Examination revealed a... 
Diagnosis, Differential | Melanoma - diagnosis | Animals | Dogs - psychology | Humans | Skin Neoplasms - diagnosis | Male | Aged | Smell | Urine | Dermatology | Multiple myeloma | Melanoma | Bladder | Family medical history | Patients | Skin cancer | Biopsy | Skin & tissue grafts | Dogs | Animal training | Clinical medicine | Organic chemicals
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FEMS Microbiology Letters, ISSN 0378-1097, 07/2017, Volume 364, Issue 14
Pseudomonas aeruginosa opportunistically infects the airways of patients with cystic fibrosis and causes significant morbidity and mortality. Initial infection... 
Pseudomonas aeruginosa | Diagnosis | Novel therapies | Antibiotic resistance | Adaptation | AMINOGLYCOSIDE RESISTANCE | ALGINATE OLIGOSACCHARIDES | adaptation | diagnosis | MICROBIOLOGY | BRONCHOALVEOLAR LAVAGE | BIOFILM DISPERSAL | EPITHELIAL-CELLS | antibiotic resistance | INDUCED SPUTUM | AIRWAY BACTERIA | MUCOID PHENOTYPE | YOUNG-CHILDREN | novel therapies | OROPHARYNGEAL CULTURES | Biofilms - drug effects | Immunotherapy - methods | Cystic Fibrosis - microbiology | Humans | Administration, Inhalation | Pseudomonas Infections - complications | Pseudomonas Infections - diagnosis | Sulfides - therapeutic use | Pseudomonas aeruginosa - drug effects | Allyl Compounds - therapeutic use | Cystic Fibrosis - complications | beta-Lactamases - biosynthesis | Pseudomonas Infections - microbiology | Anti-Bacterial Agents - therapeutic use | beta-Lactamases - genetics | Pseudomonas aeruginosa - enzymology | Drug Resistance, Multiple, Bacterial | Anti-Bacterial Agents - administration & dosage | Cystic Fibrosis - drug therapy | Levofloxacin | Gallium | Amikacin | Alginic acid | Immune clearance | Chronic infection | Cysteamine | Infections | Porins | Fosfomycin | Respiratory tract | Immunotherapy | Gram-negative bacteria | Formulations | Pathogens | Efflux | Cystic fibrosis | Morbidity | Biofilms | Antibiotics | Nitric oxide | Fibrosis | Biomarkers | Tobramycin
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Dermatologic Surgery, ISSN 1076-0512, 10/2007, Volume 33, Issue 10, pp. 1287 - 1288
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by Tziotzios, Christos and Petridis, Christos and Dand, Nick and Ainali, Chrysanthi and Saklatvala, Jake R and Pullabhatla, Venu and Onoufriadis, Alexandros and Pramanik, Rashida and Baudry, David and Lee, Sang Hyuck and Wood, Kristie and Liu, Lu and Seegobin, Seth and Michelotti, Gregory A and Lwin, Su M and Christou, Evangelos A. A and Curtis, Charles J and de Rinaldis, Emanuele and Saxena, Alka and Holmes, Susan and Harries, Matthew and Palamaras, Ioulios and Cunningham, Fiona and Parkins, Gregory and Kaur, Manjit and Farrant, Paul and McDonagh, Andrew and Messenger, Andrew and Jones, Jennifer and Jolliffe, Victoria and Ali, Iaisha and Ardern-Jones, Michael and Mitchell, Charles and Burrows, Nigel and Atkar, Ravinder and Banfield, Cedric and Alexandroff, Anton and Champagne, Caroline and Cooper, Hywel L and Vañó-Galván, Sergio and Molina-Ruiz, Ana Maria and Perez, Nerea Ormaechea and Patel, Girish K and Macbeth, Abby and Page, Melanie and Bryden, Alyson and Mowbray, Megan and Wahie, Shyamal and Armstrong, Keith and Cooke, Nicola and Goodfield, Mark and Man, Irene and de Berker, David and Dunnill, Giles and Takwale, Anita and Rao, Archana and Siah, Tee-Wei and Sinclair, Rodney and Wade, Martin S and Dlova, Ncoza C and Setterfield, Jane and Lewis, Fiona and Bhargava, Kapil and Kirkpatrick, Niall and Estivill, Xavier and Stefanato, Catherine M and Flohr, Carsten and Spector, Timothy and Watt, Fiona M and Smith, Catherine H and Barker, Jonathan N and Fenton, David A and Simpson, Michael A and McGrath, John A
Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 12/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 1150 - 9
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Paediatrics and Child Health, ISSN 1751-7222, 02/2019, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp. 66 - 73
Hair problems can cause considerable anxiety to both children and their parents. This article discusses hair growth and cycling, the common presentations of... 
hair shaft disorders | trichotillomania | telogen effluvium | alopecia | aplasia cutis | tinea capitis | hair loss | alopecia areata | triangular alopecia | Mother and child | Alopecia | Baldness | Analysis | Diagnosis | Pediatric research | Risk factors
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Skin Appendage Disorders, ISSN 2296-9195, 05/2016, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp. 179 - 184
Frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA) is an uncommon scarring hair loss disorder that is characterized by a band-like recession of the frontal hair line with... 
Novel Insights from Clinical Practice | Calcitonin gene-related peptide | Inflammation | Alopecia | Sweating | Substance P
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by Palles, Claire and Chegwidden, Laura and Li, Xinzhong and Findlay, John M and Farnham, Garry and Castro Giner, Francesc and Peppelenbosch, Maikel P and Kovac, Michal and Adams, Claire L and Prenen, Hans and Briggs, Sarah and Harrison, Rebecca and Sanders, Scott and MacDonald, David and Haigh, Chris and Tucker, Art and Love, Sharon and Nanji, Manoj and deCaestecker, John and Ferry, David and Rathbone, Barrie and Hapeshi, Julie and Barr, Hugh and Moayyedi, Paul and Watson, Peter and Zietek, Barbara and Maroo, Neera and Gay, Laura and Underwood, Tim and Boulter, Lisa and McMurtry, Hugh and Monk, David and Patel, Praful and Ragunath, Krish and Al Dulaimi, David and Murray, Iain and Koss, Konrad and Veitch, Andrew and Trudgill, Nigel and Nwokolo, Chuka and Rembacken, Bjorn and Atherfold, Paul and Green, Elaine and Ang, Yeng and Kuipers, Ernst J and Chow, Wu and Paterson, Stuart and Kadri, Sudarshan and Beales, Ian and Grimley, Charles and Mullins, Paul and Beckett, Conrad and Farrant, Mark and Dixon, Andrew and Kelly, Sean and Johnson, Matthew and Wajed, Shahjehan and Dhar, Anjan and Sawyer, Elinor and Roylance, Rebecca and Onstad, Lynn and Gammon, Marilie D and Corley, Douglas A and Shaheen, Nicholas J and Bird, Nigel C and Hardie, Laura J and Reid, Brian J and Ye, Weimin and Liu, Geoffrey and Romero, Yvonne and Bernstein, Leslie and Wu, Anna H and Casson, Alan G and Fitzgerald, Rebecca and Whiteman, David C and Risch, Harvey A and Levine, David M and Vaughan, Tom L and Verhaar, Auke P and van den Brande, Jan and Toxopeus, Eelke L and Spaander, Manon C and Wijnhoven, Bas P.L and van der Laan, Luc J.W and Krishnadath, Kausilia and Wijmenga, Cisca and Trynka, Gosia and McManus, Ross and Reynolds, John V and O’Sullivan, Jacintha and MacMathuna, Padraic and McGarrigle, Sarah A and Kelleher, Dermot and Vermeire, Severine and Cleynen, Isabelle and Bisschops, Raf and Tomlinson, Ian and Jankowski, Janusz
Gastroenterology, ISSN 0016-5085, 2015, Volume 148, Issue 2, pp. 367 - 378
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by Palles, Claire and Chegwidden, Laura and Li, Xinzhong and Findlay, John M and Farnham, Garry and Giner, Francesc Castro and Peppelenbosch, Maikel P and Kovac, Michal and Adams, Claire L and Prenen, Hans and Briggs, Sarah and Harrison, Rebecca and Sanders, Scott and MacDonald, David and Haigh, Chris and Tucker, Art and Love, Sharon and Nanji, Manoj and Decaestecker, John and Ferry, David and Rathbone, Barrie and Hapeshi, Julie and Barr, Hugh and Moayyedi, Paul and Watson, Peter and Zietek, Barbara and Maroo, Neera and Gay, Laura and Underwood, Tim and Boulter, Lisa and McMurtry, Hugh and Monk, David and Patel, Praful and Ragunath, Krish and Al Dulaimi, David and Murray, Iain and Koss, Konrad and Veitch, Anew and Trudgill, Nigel and Nwokolo, Chuka and Rembacken, Bjorn and Atherfold, Paul and Green, Elaine and Ang, Yeng and Kuipers, Ernst J and Chow, Wu and Paterson, Stuart and Kai, Sudarshan and Beales, Ian and Grimley, Charles and Mullins, Paul and Beckett, Conrad and Farrant, Mark and Dixon, Anew and Kelly, Sean and Johnson, Matthew and Wajed, Shahjehan and Dhar, Anjan and Sawyer, Elinor and Roylance, Rebecca and Onstad, Lynn and Gammon, Marilie D and Corley, Douglas A and Shaheen, Nicholas J and Bird, Nigel C and Hardie, Laura J and Reid, Brian J and Ye, Weimin and Liu, Geoffrey and Romero, Yvonne and Bernstein, Leslie and Wu, Anna H and Casson, Alan G and Fitzgerald, Rebecca and Whiteman, David C and Risch, Harvey A and Levine, David M and Vaughan, Tom L and Verhaar, Auke P and van den Brande, Jan and Toxopeus, Eelke L and Spaander, Manon C and Wijnhoven, Bas P. L and van der Laan, Luc J. W and Krishnadath, Kausilia and Wijmenga, Cisca and Trynka, Gosia and McManus, Ross and Reynolds, John V and O'Sullivan, Jacintha and MacMathuna, Paaic and McGarrigle, Sarah A and Kelleher, Dermot and Vermeire, Severine and Cleynen, Isabelle and Bisschops, Raf and Tomlinson, Ian and Jankowski, Janusz
Gastroenterology, ISSN 0016-5085, 02/2015, Volume 148, Issue 2, pp. 367 - 378
BACKGROUND & AIMS: Barrett's esophagus (BE) increases the risk of esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC). We found the risk to be BE has been associated with single... 
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by Palles, Claire and Chegwidden, Laura and Li, Xinzhong and Findlay, John M and Farnham, Garry and Castro Giner, Francesc and Peppelenbosch, Maikel and Kovac, Michal and Adams, Claire and Prenen, Hans and Briggs, Sarah and Harrison, Rebecca and Sanders, Scott and Macdonald, David and Haigh, Katharina and Tucker, Art and Love, Sharon and Nanji, Manoj and Decaestecker, John and Ferry, David and Rathbone, Barrie and Hapeshi, Julie and Barr, Hugh and Moayyedi, Paul and Watson, Peter and Zietek, Barbara and Maroo, Neera and Gay, Laura and Underwood, Tim and Boulter, Lisa and McMurtry, Hugh and Monk, Alastair and Patel, Poulam and Ragunath, Krish and Al Dulaimi, David and Murray, Iain and Koss, Clara and Veitch, Anew and Trudgill, Nigel and Nwokolo, Chuka and Rembacken, B and Atherfold, Paul and Green, Elaine K and Ang, Yeng and Kuipers, Ernst and Chow, Wu and Paterson, Stuart and Kai, Sudarshan and Beales, Ian and Grimley, Charles and Mullins, Paul and Beckett, Conrad and Farrant, Mark and Dixon, Anew and Kelly, Sean and Johnson, Matthew and Wajed, Shahjehan and Dhar, Archana and Sawyer, Elinor and Roylance, Rebecca and Onstad, Lynn and Gammon, Marilie and Corley, Douglas and Shaheen, Nazima and Bird, Nigel and Hardie, Bruce and Reid, Brian and Ye, Weimin and Liu, Geoffrey and Romero, Yvonne and Bernstein, Leslie and Wu, Anna H and Casson, Alan and Fitzgerald, Rebecca and Whiteman, David C and Risch, Harvey and Levine, David M and Vaughan, Thomas and Verhaar, Auke and Van Den Brande, Jan and Toxopeus, Eelke and Spaander, Manon and Wijnhoven, Bas and Laan, Luc and Krishnadath, Kausilia and Wijmenga, Cisca and Trynka, Gosia and McManus, Ross and Reynolds, John V and O'Sullivan, Jacintha and Macmathuna, Paaic and McGarrigle, Sarah A and Kelleher, Dermot and Vermeire, Séverine and Cleynen, Isabelle and Bisschops, Raf and Tomlinson, Ian and Jankowski, Janusz Antoni
Gastroenterology, ISSN 0016-5085, 01/2015, Volume 148, Issue 2, pp. 367 - 378
textabstractBackground & Aims Barrett's esophagus (BE) increases the risk of esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC). We found the risk to be BE has been associated... 
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BMJ Case Reports, ISSN 1757-790X, 2012, Volume 2012, Issue jan18 1, pp. bcr1120115152 - bcr1120115152
Glomus tumours are rare, benign tumours of the glomus body, most frequently located in the subungual region of digits, palms and soles, but they have been... 
Diagnosis, Differential | Glomus Tumor - pathology | Glomus Tumor - diagnosis | Humans | Vascular Neoplasms - pathology | Arm - blood supply | Male | Aged | Vascular Neoplasms - diagnosis | Arm - pathology | Smooth muscle | Skin | Tumors | Veins & arteries
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