User talk:CharlusIngus

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Hello CharlusIngus and welcome to Wikipedia! I'm glad you've chosen to join us. This is a great project with lots of dedicated people, which might seem intimidating at times, but don't let anything discourage you. Be bold!, explore, and contribute. Try to be civil by following simple guidelines and signing your talk comments with ~~~~ but never forget that one of our central tenets is to ignore all rules.

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Yale Glee Club article[edit]

You have certainly added a great many words to the article - but the preponderance of minutae and information that would not be of interest to the reader (or to anyone, save a current member or nostalgic alumnus) detracts more than it adds. -- SaxTeacher (talk) 07:01, 18 May 2006 (UTC)

Peroneal artery vs. fibular artery?[edit]

You have a ref for '...reflect more current naming conventions'? I worked with several vascular surgeons-- they call the vessel 'peroneal.' I'm don't have my anatomy texts (Netter, Rohen & Yokochi) handy... but I believe they call it 'peroneal'.

Peroneal artery is more commonly used according to PubMed:

If one encloses the terms it quotes-- it is:

With Google one also gets more hits:

According to WP:Naming the name should be "Generally, article naming should give priority to what the majority of English speakers would most easily recognize..." and "Names of Wikipedia articles should be optimized for readers over editors; and for a general audience over specialists." What was your justification for renaming the article? Nephron  T|C 02:23, 27 August 2006 (UTC)

Invite to CLINMED et al.[edit]

I've noticed that you've been editing medicine related articles -- from your contributions. We have a place where the medically minded people hang out: WikiProject "Clinical Medicine". You are invited to join or just browse the talk page, which is also known as the doctors' mess.

If your interests are in nephrology, GI, radiology or pre-clinical medicine-- there are projects specifically for those things.

If you're looking for info on how to do references see WP:CLINMED/Writing_medical_articles. I look forward to more of your edits. Nephron  T|C 02:25, 27 August 2006 (UTC)

Streptococcus agalactiae merge?[edit]

  • I noticed you recently posted a proposed merge with Group B Streptococcus. The Talk:Streptococcus agalactiae page has a relatively lengthly series of comments suggesting that a merge is probably not useful. Is there something new that led you to suggest a merge? Thanks much. -- MarcoTolo 06:03, 21 February 2007 (UTC)

Group B Strep Merger: response[edit]

  • MarcoTolo I appreciate all you have done in microbiology articles. I have studied from them a great deal. I disagree with your position that the articles should not be merged though. The arguments against merger are, in my judgment, without merit and moreover the text of the Group B strep article is lifted wholesale from the CDC website. Group B streptococcus should redirect to the Strep Agalactiae article which can be brought up to snuff better without the distraction of having a second article about the same thing.CharlusIngus 07:54, 21 February 2007 (UTC)
  • Fair enough - I'm certainly not trying to talk you out of your opinion, just making sure you were aware of the discussion history. Your argument is a compelling one, though I tend to like the organism-specific and clinical-disease-specific separation as a rule (the recently re-divided poliovirus / poliomyelitis situation comes to mind). In any case, thanks for your clear and cogent response to my question. -- MarcoTolo 00:19, 22 February 2007 (UTC)
  • Yes I actually agree that the disease or pathogenesis should be separated from the organism itself. I just don't believe there should be two articles for different synonymous names of the organism. I believe that a pathogenesis article has already been begun? Thanks for the heads up CharlusIngus 20:19, 22 February 2007 (UTC)


I stand corrected. Sorry. Andycjp (talk) 05:05, 18 February 2008 (UTC)

Unreferenced BLPs[edit]

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  1. Red Top Young - Find sources: "Red Top Young" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · HighBeam · JSTOR · free images · free news sources · The Wikipedia Library · NYT · WP reference

Thanks!--DASHBot (talk) 07:30, 17 January 2010 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of Yale Symphony Orchestra[edit]

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