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After I had graduated I continued to devote myself to research, occupying a minor position in King's College Hospital, and I was fortunate enough to excite considerable interest by my research into the pathology of catalepsy, and finally to win the Bruce Pinkerton prize and medal by the monograph on nervous lesions to which your friend has just alluded.
Incidentally, he had ideas about coral-reefs, disagreed profoundly with Darwin on that subject, had voiced his opinion in several monographs and one book, and was now back at his hobby, cruising the South Seas in a tiny, thirty-ton yacht and studying reef-formations.
Pharmacopeia has launched a multifaceted monograph acquisition campaign targeting the 2,000 marketed substances for which monographs have not yet been developed.
Future publications on terracotta sculpture will surely be forthcoming, but it is hard to imagine another monograph devoted to the David and/or Judith before 2100.
There are icons that can be clicked on to hear the pronunciation (requires a sound card) of some drug names or drug group names and to jump to other sections of the drug monograph.
Direct all proposals, manuscripts, and inquiries about submitting a proposal to the General Editor of the Monograph Series:
Available to subscribers to the Formulary Decision Support Bundle of additional, specialized tools, drug class monographs feature details about drug properties common to given pharmacologic classes to assist professionals with drug therapy decisions.
In all, the original Monograph and Therapeutic Compendium, which was 28 pages, has been expanded to 96 pages and represents the most comprehensive review of cranberry ever developed and then reviewed by some of the world's leading authorities on all things cranberry AHP said.
The revision to Powdered Ginkgo Extract monograph was published online on July 1, 2013, and was open for public comments until September 30, 2013.
The listing for "cannabis," for example, includes the page number for the monograph, whereas the listing for "aloe vera" only includes page numbers for the associated interactions monographs.
The Monograph has been published by Sahitya Akademi.
Although meta-analyses have been widely used in social sciences and medical research for decades, it is only recently that they have become more widely used in epidemiology (Greenland and O'Rourke 2008), and they were not widely used at the time that the IARC Monograph procedures were first developed.