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ANTIPODES

Anti-Proliferative Effect of Beta-Radiation on Restenosis Prevention in Diabetic Patients After Coronary Stent. A trial assessing the effect of intracoronary beta-radiation (IBR) on neointimal proliferation after coronary stent placement in diabetics with de novo lesions.

Primary endpoint
1- and 2-year MACE.
 
Conclusions
IBR is safe after stent implantation in diabetics with de novo lesions and decreased restenosis.
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Wellington was in the Antipodes from 19-24 February during the first leg of a three-phase resupply operation in the sub-Antarctic islands.
41-2); the education that 'The Antipodes, is to give his son is similarly available to his wife, but what he imagines might return his son to sanity--that is, the understanding that the ways of the Antipodes should be 'reform'd' (4.
Instead we have a postmodernist journey, beginning with "Beyond the Known World", followed faithfully by "The Antipodes in Antiquity", "Realignment: The Antipodes between Classicism and Christianity", "Representing the Unknown: the Antipodes on the World Image", "Between Passage and Recessus: the Antipodes 1100-1400", "Terra Recognita: the expansion on the Known World 1400-1493", "Nondum Cognita: the Antipodes and the New World 1493-1530", "Still Unexplored: Terra Australis Incognita 1531-1610", and finally "Much Lost Knowledge".
Tertullian and Origen were more accepting; the latter regarded the antipodes as a sign of both divine knowledge and human ignorance.
Cheek's book will place the antipodes at the heart of renewed debate about the relation between sexuality, public life, and racial and national identities in an age of globalization.
The race of Antipods' had their feet turned backwards; they were not identified as the inhabitants of the antipodes, but were located by the Greeks in India.
The rapid collapse of the Antipodes Island wandering albatross population means we need urgent international action to prevent this magnificent species sliding into extinction.
I am the only person in British showbiz for whom there is no demand whatsoever in the Antipodes.
Theologians from The Antipodes, Europe, and North America demonstrate thinking about the Trinity in a theological climate shaped by German Protestant theologian Karl Barth (1886-1968).
In that same programme he was talking about the Antipodes, the point on the globe directly opposite to where you're standing, and he said that for us in Britain that point isn't in Australia, as most of us imagined, but further east, somewhere in the Pacific.
Zone of the Marvellous: In Search of the Antipodes.
1768: Captain Cook set off on his first voyage, in former Whitby collier HMS Endeavour, to explore the Antipodes.