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Newspaper of Irade-i Milliye in National Struggle Period
Fatih M. DERV??OGLU
Journal of International Social Research , 2009,
Abstract: The journal of “ rade-i Milliye” has been published as 16 editions during 8th of September and 13th of December in 1919 in which Heyet-i Temsiliye has been continuing its activities in Sivas. In Ankara, Hakimiyet-i Milliye that was the publishing means of Heyet-i Temsiliye has joined into the world of broadcasting in 10th of January in 1920. Between the these two time periods rade-i Milliye has published four more editions. Two days after the publication of Hakimiyet-i Milliye (12th of January 1920) 20th edition of rade-i Milliye has been broadcasted. The new publishing means of National Struggle has kept the national identification of rade-i Milliye journal until the publication of Hakimiyeti Milliye journal in 10th of January 1920.The subject of this study consist of the evaluating the first 20 editions of rade-i Milliye journal.
"Bone scan in Erdheime Chester disease "
"Eftekhari M,Darakhshan S,Vakili A,Fard Esfahani A
Iranian Journal of Nuclear Medicine , 1999,
Abstract: In spite of very high sensitivity, bone scan is quite nonspecific in evaluation of bony lesions. In interpretation of bone scan special attention to patient’s clinical presentation and correlation with other lab and imaging modalities should be paid. In this report a patient with Erdheim Chester disease a rare and unusual form of lipidosis is presented and the pattern of 99mTc-MDP bone scan and other imaging modalities are discussed.
Erdheim-Chester Disease with Right Atrial Tumor and “Temporal Arteritis”  [PDF]
Joseph Skalski, William D. Edwards, Eric L. Matteson
Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases (OJRA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojra.2012.23008
Abstract: Erdheim-Chester disease is an unusual syndrome characterized by non-Langerhans cell histiocytosis which can mimic rheumatologic diseases. We report a case of Erdheim-Chester masquerading as giant cell arteritis, which was success-fully managed with anakinra as anti IL-1 therapy.
Public use of the Internet at Chester library, UK.
Katherine Turner,Margaret Kendall
Information Research: an international electronic journal , 2000,
Abstract: Substantial investment is accelerating the provision of public access to the Internet in UK public libraries. Monitoring and evaluation will be essential to inform policies, developments and justify the new services. This paper reports on quantitative and qualitative research into the use being made of the Internet facilities at Chester Library between August 1998 and May 1999. A questionnaire survey of 178 users revealed substantial use by non-library members, mostly aged between 16 and 35, with only slightly higher use by men than by women. Most of the sample had received no formal training in Internet use and the most popular application was e-mail. Follow-up interviews with 9 users provide examples of the value of the service to users and recommendations for increased training and support from librarians. Analysis of the results includes recommendations for Chester libraries and contributes to the wider debate on the changing roles of public libraries. Further research on the monitoring and evaluation of IT-based services in public libraries is now underway at Manchester Metropolitan University, with Cheshire libraries being one of three library authority project partners in VITAL, an 18 month study funded by the Library and Information Commission.
Xantogranulomatosis orbitaria: Enfermedad de Erdheim-Chester
Rozas Reyes,P; Se?aris González,A; González Rodríguez,CM;
Archivos de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Oftalmología , 2004, DOI: 10.4321/S0365-66912004001000009
Abstract: case report: a patient was studied because of upper lid bilateral edema and xanthelasmae-like lesions after three years of evolution. during the ophthalmologic examination orange-yellowish lesions and two symmetrical tumours were observed on the temporal part of both upper lids. corticoid-therapy was undertaken which reduced the size of the tumours, however the size increased again after the discontinuation of treatment. a biopsy was performed and lid xanthogranulomatosis was diagnosed. other systemic examinations were normal. discussion: erdheim-chester disease is a xanthogranulomatosis that can affect ocular and periorbital structures. combination of xanthelasmae-like lesions and bilateral orbital masses should make us consider this process and try to locate any associated systemic conditions.
Unusual manifestation of Erdheim-Chester disease
Antony Pan, Terence Doyle, Martin Schlup, Ralf Lubcke, Michael Schultz
BMC Gastroenterology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-230x-11-77
Abstract: This case report describes the case of a 69-year-old man who presented otherwise well to the gastroenterology department with unspecific abdominal symptoms, nausea, vomiting and weight loss. ECD involving the gastrointestinal tract was confirmed clinically, radiologically and histologically.Gastroenterological manifestation of ECD is rare but should be considered in the differential diagnosis in patients presenting with evidence of multi-organ disease and typical radiological features of Erdheim-Chester disease elsewhere.Erdheim-Chester Disease (ECD) is a rare multisystem histiocytosis characterized by the xanthomatous or xanthogranulomatous infiltration of tissues with histiocytes, surrounded by fibrosis. The disease can affect multiple organs systems, but gastrointestinal involvement, is exceedingly rare. We describe here the case of a 69-year old man with ECD who presented to the gastroenterology department with unspecific abdominal symptoms, nausea, vomiting and weight loss.A previously fit and well 69-year-old man was admitted to the gastroenterology department with a short one month history of lethargy, decreased appetite, persistent vomiting, significant weight loss of six kilograms over 1 month and a dry cough. He denied abdominal pain, haematemesis, dysphagia and a change in bowel habit and described no cardiac, respiratory, neurological symptoms or bone pain. His past medical history includes appendectomy and total hip joint replacement. At the time of admission, he was not on any regular medication.Physical examination revealed that he was febrile (38.8C°) and appeared cachexic but with no peripheral stigmata of chronic liver disease. His abdominal examination revealed hepatomegaly but no other organomegaly, per rectal examination was unremarkable. His cardiopulmonary examinations were unremarkable apart from bilateral pitting edema up to his ankles. Peripheral blood analysis revealed an anaemia of chronic disease with hemoglobin of 108 g/L (norm - male 1
Erdheim-Chester Disease Associated with Marginal Zone Lymphoma and Monoclonal Proteinemia
Peter G. Pavlidakey,Alok Mohanty,Lisa J. Kohler,Howard J. Meyerson
Case Reports in Hematology , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/941637
Abstract: Erdheim-Chester disease (ECD) is a rare non-Langerhans cell histiocytosis. We report a fatal case of ECD with extensive cardiac involvement associated with a marginal zone lymphoma and monoclonal proteinemia in a young man. This is the first reported association of ECD with a monoclonal gammopathy or a lymphoma.
F.W. Longbottom: astronomical photographer and founder of the Chester Astronomical Society  [PDF]
Jeremy Shears
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: Frederick William Longbottom FRAS (1850-1933) was an original member of the British Astronomical Association and served as Director of its Photographic Section between 1906 and 1926. A hop merchant by trade, he spent much of his life in Chester where he was instrumental in founding the City's first astronomical society in 1892.
Milli Mücadelede Orta Karadeniz Kuva-y Milliyesi/// The Kuva-yi Milliye of Central Black Sea Region in the Turkish National Independence War
Dursun Ali AKBULUT
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: Civil resistance organisations started to be set up in the areas which occupied or faced the danger of occupation after Mudros armistice. They were called Milli ura Kuvvetleri in the eastern region of Turkey and Kuva-y Milliye in the western, southern and southeast regions of it. On the other hand, there have been activities of Pontuses in the Central Black Sea region since before now and they also threaten to the security of the state. After occupation of zmir, the fear that the same situation may have been in Samsun gave rise to emergence of the Kuvay Milliye of the Cenrtal Black Sea Region as English called them irregular Turkish forces.
Xantogranulomatosis orbitaria: Enfermedad de Erdheim-Chester Orbit Xanthogranulomatosis: Erdheim-Chester disease  [cached]
P Rozas Reyes,A Se?aris González,CM González Rodríguez
Archivos de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Oftalmología , 2004,
Abstract: Caso clínico: Paciente con edema bilateral de párpados superiores y lesiones similares a xantelasmas de tres a os de evolución. La exploración oftalmológica mostraba dos tumoraciones temporales simétricas en ambos párpados superiores con lesiones naranjo-amarillentas. Se pautaron corticoides que hicieron disminuir el tama o de las tumoraciones, con recidiva de los mismos al suspender dicha medicación. La biopsia reveló una xantogranulomatosis palpebral. El resto de las exploraciones sistémicas fueron normales. Discusión: La enfermedad de Erdheim-Chester es una xantogranulomatosis que puede afectar a las estructuras oculares y periorbitarias. La combinación de lesiones similares a xantelasmas y masas orbitarias bilaterales deben hacernos pensar en este proceso y buscar la posible afectación sistémica. Case report: A patient was studied because of upper lid bilateral edema and xanthelasmae-like lesions after three years of evolution. During the ophthalmologic examination orange-yellowish lesions and two symmetrical tumours were observed on the temporal part of both upper lids. Corticoid-therapy was undertaken which reduced the size of the tumours, however the size increased again after the discontinuation of treatment. A biopsy was performed and lid xanthogranulomatosis was diagnosed. Other systemic examinations were normal. Discussion: Erdheim-Chester disease is a xanthogranulomatosis that can affect ocular and periorbital structures. Combination of xanthelasmae-like lesions and bilateral orbital masses should make us consider this process and try to locate any associated systemic conditions.
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