This is one of the first books to deal specifically with imaging in percutaneous musculoskeletal interventions. The use of different imaging modalities during these procedures is well described. In the first chapter, the basic procedures and different guidance techniques are presented and discussed. The ensuing chapters describe in exhaustive detail the abilities and uses of imaging in guiding procedures ranging from biopsy and joint injection to management of pain and tumors. These procedures are extensively documented in adults as well as in the pediatric population. The third part of the book describes the different indications for vascular interventions in musculoskeletal lesions. The final chapter focuses on ultrasound-guided interventions, as they are more common and tend to be fashionable. The book is well illustrated with carefully chosen and technically excellent images. Each of the 18 chapters is written by an expert of international repute, making this book the most current and complete treatment of the subject available. It should be of great interest to interventional radiologists and also musculoskeletal and general radiologists.
It is 1863, and as a reluctant Inspector of Vice, Campbell Lawless undertakes a reckoning of London's houses of ill repute, a shadowy netherworld of frayed glamour and double standards, mesmerising and unspeakable by turns. From the erotic booksellers of Holywell Street to the alleys of Haymarket, he discovers backstreet cast-offs and casualties of the society bordellos, and becomes fascinated by a musician who has established a foundation for fallen women. But his inquiries draw the attention of powerful men, who can be merciless in defending their reputations. Lawless must unlock the heart of a clandestine network, before he too is silenced...
Preservation of food items through natural and biological methods has become a norm in order to prevent huge financial losses that may be incurred as a result of contamination of raw foods and/or food products. Biological preservation methods help avert the chances of food-borne ailments thus ensuring the fulfillment of ever-increasing global food requirements. Growing skepticism among the customers in recent years regarding food safety and preservatives used in food industry has fetched remarkable consideration to the use of Bacillus bacteriocin in food processing as well as human health care. Bacteriocin extracted from Bacillus subtilis exhibits remarkable antibacterial activity. Bacillus Bacteriocin holds a positive repute for being used as natural food preservative as it has all the necessary characteristics to prevent spoilage. Bacteriocin is often secreted by food-grade microbes, which are already present in food, thus making it entirely nontoxic for human consumption. The efficacy of bacteriocin being used as a natural bio control of vegetation can also be evaluated as Bacillus bacteriocins have the ability of bio protection of vegetation.
Thomas Crown a le gout du risque, du jeu et de l'aventure. Financier repute, collectionneur d'art et de jolies femmes, il est aussi un cambrioleur redoutablement efficace. Son dernier exploit : derober en plein jour un Monet d'une valeur de 100 millions de dollars. Catherine Banning, seduisante agent d'assurance, est chargee d'enqueter sur ce vol. Commence alors un jeu dangereux, entre seduction et mensonge, ou l'argent n'est plus le seul enjeu...
The author was born on the 9th July 1971 in a small village Bangala, of district Mirzapur, of Uttar Pradesh in India. He was grown up in a farmer''s family and received his primary education in his village school. He got his M. Sc. Degree in Physics in 1994 and joined P. G. College Jagatpur near Varanasi as lecturer where he taught Physics at graduation level for nearly 10 years. He was awarded Ph. D. degree in Physics in 2006 for his work on Amino acids. Later on he joined Radha Govind Engineering College Meerut in U.P., India in August 2007 where he is continuing as Senior lecturer. He has wide experience of working on structure and dynamics of amino acids and has published large number of research papers in journals of repute.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lochlainn O Raifeartaigh (11 March 1933 18 November 2000) was an Irish physicist of worldwide repute in the field of theoretical particle physics. He is best known for the O'Raifeartaigh Theorem, an important result in unification theory, and the O'Raifeartaigh Model of supersymmetry breaking. O'Raifeartaigh was born in Dublin in 1933, and most of his scientific career was centred around that city, where he obtained his first degrees at University College Dublin (BA in 1953 and MSc in Mathematical Physics in 1956), and spent from 1968 until his death as Senior Professor at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.
Pointed gourds are important vegetable crops for Indian grower, however, successful genotypic evolution is not easily achieved. Thus, an attempt has been made to generate and compile the relevant information on Genetic Variability studies on Pointed gourd. This book comprises variability in different genotypes and it will be of immense use to students and faculty of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and State Agricultural Universities (SAUS), and to researchers and academicians of other teaching, research-and extension-related organisations of regional, national and international repute.
Post 1991 economic reforms have brought the topic of organizational culture to the center of the debate.Indian corporates have stride on to the world stage as MNCs of repute in developed economies as well. Corporates have been compelled to develop a planned strategy, that could entail redesigning current activities, innovation, managing uncertainty, customer centric policies and leveraging competitive strength. These radical changes can be brought about by developing appropriate corporate culture Organizations are primarily human institutions. Evidently, corporate culture is the culture of the people in the organizations. Development of appropriate corporate culture involves congruence between individuals and organizations. . Consequently, two newly designed typologies, namely, progressive and regressive cultures have been used to understand corporate cultures prevailing in Indian organizations. The nature of relationship between these two patterns of corporate culture and organizational effectiveness has also been vetted. This book presents the findings of the investigation. Evidently, this book should be useful to all those business entities, foreign MNCs&academics.
Joseph Proudman, CBE, FRS was a distinguished British mathematician and oceanographer of international repute. His theoretical studies into the oceanic tides not only "solved practically all the remaining tidal problems which are soluble within the framework of classical hydrodynamics and analytical mathematics" but laid the basis of a tidal prediction service of great international importance. Proudman was born at Unsworth, near Bury, Lancashire on 30 December 1888. He attended primary schools at Unsworth and Bold and from 1902 to 1907 he was a pupil-teacher at Farnworth primary school.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sir Charles Lyell, 1st Baronet, Kt FRS (14 November 1797 ? 22 February 1875) was a British lawyer and the foremost geologist of his day. He is best known as the author of Principles of Geology, which popularised uniformitarianism ? the idea that the earth was shaped by slow-moving forces still in operation today. Lyell was a close and influential friend of Charles Darwin. Charles Lyell was born in Scotland about 15 miles north of Dundee in Kinnordy, near Kirriemuir in Forfarshire (now in Angus). He was the eldest of ten children. Lyell's father, also named Charles, was a lawyer and botanist of minor repute: it was he who first exposed his son to the study of nature.
In this present volume, different types of operational research problems have been considered for investigation, some better techniques developed to reduce mathematical calculation, statistical characteristics done by using Reliability modelling techniques, Alternative techniques developed for Wolfe's modified simplex method and for linear fractional programming. New modified methods for game theory and for linear programming problems studied Most of them were published earlier in the journal of international or national repute. The references are given at the end of each chapter and bibliography is mentioned as a pre-requirement. This book will be beneficial for researchers, undergraduates and post graduates with a new vision of thinking. All the content are well explained by taking simple examples reduces iterations numbers which is described in other mathematical books.