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Fine needle aspiration cytology of pilomatrixoma
Bansal Cherry,Handa Uma,Mohan Harsh
Journal of Cytology , 2011,
Abstract: Aim : To delineate and characterize the cytomorphologic features of pilomatrixoma (PMX) helpful in correct diagnosis of the lesion on fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC). Materials and Methods : Archival records of clinical findings, FNAC and histopathological reports of PMX cases were analyzed. Aspirate findings in 14 cases of PMX were correlated with detailed clinical data and subsequent histopathology on excisional biopsy. Different morphological findings were graded semiquantitatively from 0 to 3+. Results : The series showed female preponderance, with head and neck being the commonest site. Majority patients had a single tumor with mean size of 1.6 cm. Out of 14 biopsy proven cases of PMX, cytology findings revealed PMX in 7 cases on the basis of ghost cells, groups of basaloid cells, squamous cells in combination with multinucleated giant cells and calcium deposits in a background of debris. The main reasons for erroneous diagnosis were predominance of one component over the others and non-representative aspirated material. Conclusions : The cytological features of PMX are characteristic and allow a conclusive diagnosis provided the smears are examined keenly bearing in mind the diagnostic traps that can mislead a cytopathologist.
Spectrum and analysis of bone marrow findings in anemic cases
Tahlan Anita,Bansal Cherry,Palta Anshu,Chauhan Sandeep
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2008,
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South Africa—Serious about Biodiversity Science
Michael Cherry
PLOS Biology , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.0030145
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Positron emission tomography and X-ray computed tomography: tools for mouse phenotyping?
SR Cherry
Breast Cancer Research , 2003, DOI: 10.1186/bcr671
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Zur Parodie als Forschungsoption jenseits des Performativit ts-Metadiskurses Parody as a Performative Analytic: Beyond Performativity as Metadiscourse La parodia como analítica performativa: Mas allá de la performatividad como metadiscurso
Scott Cherry
Forum : Qualitative Social Research , 2008,
Abstract: Mittlerweile wird in verschiedenen Forschungsbereichen eine Wendung hin zum Konzept der Performativit t vollzogen, um zu verstehen, wie unterschiedliche Lebensweisen performativ hervorgebracht werden. Zugleich überrascht es, dass sich diese Wendung zu einem Verst ndnis einer performativ erzeugten Welt meist weiter auf Metadiskurse beschr nkt, die an ein positivistisches Wissenschaftsverst ndnis angelehnt bleiben. Diesem Vorgehen verpflichtete Untersuchungen lokalisieren das Performative als in der Welt existierendes Ph nomen, das dieser Welt vorg ngig ist und zugleich durch diese verfügbar wird. Solche Metadiskurs-Praktiken sind in ihrem Kern Strategien der Autorisierung der (Vor-) Existenz einer performativen Welt und bringen dann auch spezifische Grenzen hervor, innerhalb derer Performativit t fassbar werden soll. Auf diese Weise erscheint das Performative jedoch selbst als quasi naturalisiertes Objekt. Im Unterschied hierzu versuche ich zu zeigen, dass ein tats chlicher "performativer Turn" nur gelingen kann, wenn die eigenen (Forschungs- und Pr sentations-) Praktiken in einer Weise reorganisiert werden, dass sie kompatibel zur performativen Verfasstheit der Alltagswelt sind. Hierzu skizziere ich zun chst, wie das Konzept der "Performativit t" in der zeitgen ssischen Diskussion verwandt wird. Anschlie end stelle ich die "Parodie" als besondere, reflexive Variante von Perfomativit t vor, die Forschung im Zuge der Performanz erm glicht. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0802258 Various domains of inquiry have engaged a shift to the concept of performativity as an organising principle for how forms of life are performatively brought into being. What appears surprising is that this move towards a performatively emergent world is displayed insensitively through metadiscourse practices inherited from positivist science. Performative inquiry locates "the performative" as a domain of phenomena "out-there" in the world, preceding it but only made available by it. This mode of metadiscourse practice is a strategy to authorise the prior existence of a performative world, which then sets specific boundaries within which "the performative" can be known. This approach to inquiry does not so much exemplify a performative world in its own performance of it, as describe it, offer accounts about it and remarks on it. Here, the domain of the performative becomes another naturalised object. This article proposes that, if this performative turn wishes to take seriously and engage a performative world, then it must reconfigure its own modes and forms of practice such that they too a
A field guide or a handbook?
Michael Cherry
South African Journal of Science , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/sajs.v107i11/12.964
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Education and training need the involvement of all levels of government
Michael Cherry
South African Journal of Science , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/sajs.v107i7/8.850
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Square Kilometre Array decision bodes well for South Africa
Michael Cherry
South African Journal of Science , 2012,
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How should university research be funded?
Michael Cherry
South African Journal of Science , 2012,
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New green paper on higher education lacks a clear vision
Michael Cherry
South African Journal of Science , 2012, DOI: 10.4102/sajs.v108i1/2.1101
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