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  • History and Results; Indications and Contraindications of SMILE Compared With LASIK. [Journal Article]
    Asia Pac J Ophthalmol (Phila) 2019 Sep-Oct; 8(5):371-376Shah R
  • Small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) is a new paradigm for refractive surgery, and was first performed by Sekundo and Blum in 2008. It uses only a femtosecond laser to carve out a lenticule within the corneal stroma, and then achieves refractive correction by extracting the lenticule through a small incision. A number of studies have shown that SMILE leads to stable and efficacious outcome…
  • Health Implications of Diverse Visions of Urban Spaces: Bridging the Formal-Informal Divide. [Journal Article]
    Front Public Health 2019; 7:239Priya R, Singh R, Das S
  • In the past 200 years, urban spaces have been imagined as neatly laid out, well-planned, sanitised and civilised places of dense human habitation with regulated economic activity, where political power, financial capital, the frontiers of knowledge and technology thrive. This has been the urban planners dream, even while it does not reflect the full reality, whether of cities in the LMICs or the …
  • Dr James Riley, pioneer in histamine and mast cell studies. [Journal Article]
    J R Coll Physicians Edinb 2019; 49(3):250-254Lowe G
  • Dr James Riley, an honours graduate of Edinburgh University, had to give up a surgical career because of an affliction of his hands, and instead became a radiotherapist in Dundee. He had always been fascinated by past heroes of medical research, and set out to carve his own niche in the study of mast cells. In the early 1950s, no one knew what their function was other than the mast cell granules …
  • Ordinary Icons: Public Discourses and Everyday Lives in an Anxious Europe. [Journal Article]
    Am Anthropol 2019; 121(2):390-402de Koning A, Vollebergh A
  • Across Europe, ethnically diverse neighborhoods figure as key sites in racialized public debates that imagine the nation as white and nonwhite citizens as foreign to the body politic. Drawing on research in Antwerp and Amsterdam, we examine how public discourses come to shape the lives of residents in such iconic sites. We propose the notion of ordinary iconic figures as a way to understand these…
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