Hospital and Welfare Services Union
... Services Union was established in 1918 as the poor
Law Workers Trade Union, In 1922 changed its name to poor
Law Officers Union, 1930 to the National Union of ... responsible for convening the first meeting of poor
Law staff to consider forming a union
The first ...
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
frontal-subcortical circuitry, right caudate activity ... functional connectivity
Shergill et al, 2000
Atypical serotonin system, right frontal and temporal ...
Blind loop syndrome
The obstruction of a section of intestine causes ineffective bile salt mediated digestion of fats, causing fatty stools and poor
absorption of fat and fat-soluble vitamins. Vitamin B12 deficiency may occur because the increased bacterial population can consume the vitamin.
Anterior mediastinal mass
... present in 40-50's with nodular sclerosing type (7), and non-Hogdkin's in all age groups. Can also be primary mediastinal B cell lymphoma with poor
prognosis (8,9). Common symptoms include fever, weight loss, night sweats, and compressive symptoms such as pain, dyspnea, wheezing, SVC syndrome, ...
Artificial induction of immunity
The use of simple molecules such as toxoids for immunization tends to produce a low response by the immune system, and thus poor
immune memory . However, adding certain substances to the mixture, for example adsorbing tetanus toxoid onto alum , greatly enhances the immune ...
... concerns and bothers patients. The stomach pannus retains moisture, and causes rashes due to skin rubbing against itself which usually leads to poor
hygiene. While the surgical procedure to remove it is known as a panniculectomy , there is often more work to be done for patients who suffer from ...
... in both directions, enhancing accuracy of diagnosis and increasing the patient's knowledge about the disease. Where such a relationship is poor
the physician's ability to make a full assessment is compromised and the patient is more likely to distrust the diagnosis and proposed treatment. In ...
... in the cortex. However the repertoire of peptides in the cortex is limited to those expressed by epithelial cells, and double positive cells are poor
at undergoing negative selection. Therefore the most important site for negative selection is the medulla, once cells are at the single positive ...