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Proceedings of the second meeting of the French-speaking society SF-DOHaD

2015 Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease  
We identified sleep trajectories among pregnant women with specific risk factors and risks for birth outcome. A better care of them could ameliorate both mother and child health.  ...  Disclosure of Interest: None.  ...  Moreover, a higher protein: energy ratio at day 5 is a major determinant of improved FFM at discharge. 3 Thus, initial (very early) nutrition during the first few days of life seems to have a major impact  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2040174415000197 fatcat:dl2hjnvlfnht3ni27bumayvgpa

Poster Sessions

2011 Epilepsia  
Questions primarily focused on personal experiences of the specific impact of epilepsy, individual management, and on which aspects actually mattered most to them.  ...  Patient reported outcome (PRO) epilepsy instruments traditionally capture distal concepts of the seizure experience, such as health-related quality of life.  ...  Acknowledgments: Thanks to the University of Ngaoundere for its support.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1528-1167.2011.03207.x fatcat:77ayxa5tcbannis7zksyeo57ju

Abstracts

2015 Epilepsia  
Purpose: To evaluate the clinical and EEG characteristics in CAE and JAE as predictors of outcome in a long term cohort.  ...  In addition to observing AQP4 and c-fos proteins at the end of the first 24 hours and 60th day, continuous video EEG monitoring (VEM) was carried out for 60 days.  ...  Method: 34 IGEs (26 females) who underwent an EEG-functional MRI (EEG-fMRI) study with the recording of GSWDs were selected.  ... 
doi:10.1111/epi.13241 fatcat:jnz7opo6tnccjcljtelg53ux6u

10th World Congress 15-18 October 2017 Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2017 Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease  
These imaging techniques also enable scoring of embryonic developmental morphology according to the external morphological criteria of the Carnegie stages.  ...  These findings have significant implications for clinical practice but also our fundamental understanding of the mechanisms by which the fetal endocrine environment impacts the developing brain.  ...  Consequences of short and long term have a social and economic impact in life.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2040174417000848 fatcat:qhzb6wwwrjb3tnmrxryqdeajzi

9TH ECE PROCEEDINGS

2010 Epilepsia  
Purpose: To explore the causative role of PCDH19 gene, located at Xq22, in females with epilepsy.  ...  Results: We included 10 patients (8 boys) aged 2.1-7.8 (median 3.7) years at the time when LTG was started in comedication. The onset of MAE had been at 1.5-4.3 (median 2.6) years.  ...  Acknowledgments: supported by: Italian Ministry of Health, Fondazi-  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1528-1167.2010.02658.x pmid:20590792 fatcat:ylmo7rjtqncydkxeudaib77noy

Abstracts from the 24th Annual Meeting of the European Chemoreception Research Organization (ECRO 2014), Dijon, France, September 10-13th, 2014

2015 Chemical Senses  
/40/3/211/614502 by guest on Odor stimulation evokes complex spatiotemporal activity in the olfactory bulb, suggesting that the identity of activated neurons as well as the timing of their activity convey  ...  Here in the ciliary membrane of vertebrate olfactory sensory neurons, odorant molecules bind to odorant receptor proteins triggering the olfactory Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/chemse/article-abstract  ...  Olfactory Performance Is Predicted by Individual Sex-Atypicality, but Not Sexual Orientation A Novel Semi Intact in Situ Nose-Olfactory Bulb-Brainstem Preparation (NOBBP) of Rat  ... 
doi:10.1093/chemse/bju073 fatcat:tcf6foce2ve6zn77aqjzywelcm

Molecular Endocrinology and Physiology of the Aging Central Nervous System

Roy G. Smith, Lorena Betancourt, Yuxiang Sun
2005 Endocrine reviews  
The impact of age-dependent endocrine changes regulated by the central nervous system (CNS) on the dynamics of neuronal behavior, neurodegeneration, cognition, biological rhythms, sexual behavior, and  ...  exacerbated by age-dependent molecular misreading and alterations in components of signal transduction pathways and transcription factors.  ...  energy malnutrition (340, 341) .  ... 
doi:10.1210/er.2002-0017 pmid:15561803 fatcat:m5cigis3dbhp5furyfgamjbmee

Abstracts of the 4th World Parkinson Congress, September 20–23, 2016, Portland, OR, USA

2016 Journal of Parkinson's Disease  
through the face and other means O25 Talk #3: Impact of early training to improve vocalization in PD Cynthia Fox LSVT Global, Tuscon, Arizona, USA Voice, speech and communication problems are extremely  ...  Identifying early changes in voice and speech, treating these symptoms with evidence-based approaches, and maintaining vocal exercise over time can collectively minimize the negative impact of PD on communication  ...  The impact involves various aspects of life: not in the least the sex life.  ... 
doi:10.3233/jpd-169900 pmid:27589541 fatcat:ld522ggsvvceriigc4fi7e5g7q

Abstracts of the 13th Annual Meeting of Israel Society for Neuroscience

2005 Neural Plasticity  
Long-term serum wthdrawal significantly__down-regulated the antiapoptotic protein, Bel-2, as well as UP regulated the proapoptotic protein, Bax.  ...  Quantitative analysis of Parvalbumin-and Calbindin-D28Kcontaining neurens in timbic brshr a'uctur and the SSC of Octodon degus after repeated early life stress eker K.,_ Kindler J., Helmeke C. and Braun  ...  The neurodevelopmental hypothe's of schizophrenia suggests that an early life brain maldevelopment, predisposed and/or acquired, manifests the pathophysiology of schizophrenia later in life.  ... 
doi:10.1155/np.2005.1 pmid:15940829 pmcid:PMC2565472 fatcat:6yiorqangzffpo5b3mdytg5xhy

40th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences

2005 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
Developmental slowing occurred. The impact on language was most significant with 20 patients manifesting developmental delay.  ...  An arteriovenous malformation at the L4-L5 level was confirmed as the source of active bleeding.  ...  Ghasemi (Isfahan) Background: Chronic tension-type headache both is prevalent and has an impact on quality of life.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0317167100003310 fatcat:7cedlythjvcf3lbsol3ugogfy4

Neurocritical Care Society Virtual 19th Annual Meeting October 26-29, 2021

2021 Neurocritical Care  
Blood thickness measurements in the crural and ambient cisterns, interhemispheric and Sylvian fissures, and degree of extension into the Sylvian fissure were all statistically significant (p=0.001, <0.001  ...  Conclusions If externally validated, our predictive model may assist clinicians in the risk-stratification of patients presenting with PMSAH.  ...  Among PTS patients, mortality rate was <5% with the most common long-term sequelae being developmental delay and epilepsy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12028-021-01352-8 pmid:34665440 pmcid:PMC8525455 fatcat:6k4o23vj4re5vivnkuar7fky5e

2021 Western Medical Research Conference

2020 Journal of Investigative Medicine  
EEG background was otherwise normal without slowing in the majority of subjects.  ...  Purpose of Study To refine the electroclinical phenotype of epilepsy in NGLY1 deficiency via prospective clinical and electroencephalogram (EEG) findings in an international cohort.  ...  on EEG.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jim-2021-wrmc fatcat:ec52pfr2efgafb665m2czugyqy

Abstracts

2015 Acta Physiologica  
Acknowledgement: The present work was supported by the research Fund of Istanbul University.  ...  Acknowledgement: This work was supported by the Ministry of education of Russian Federation, unique identity number of the project is RFMEFI59114X0004 Acknowledgement: Supported by: VEGA1/0291/12, VEGA1  ...  of restricted water 2 as a source of energy for Cl transport.  ... 
doi:10.1111/apha.12626 pmid:26555342 fatcat:kkmhs33c5fgn3opkt6qxtsj2pi

Preview of Abstracts Fifth Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

1983 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
The specifics of this paper flow from the long-range objective to develop a completely implantable TAH system. The current work addresses two questions.  ...  First, what is the best control algorithm for a TAH configured out of existing energy converters and the CCF biolized pusher plate pump? Second, is it possible to broaden the scope of this  ...  We will trace the history of the pacemaker development. Presentations will include physiologic and clinical basis of pacing, development of power supply, and instrumentation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.1983.325152 fatcat:5ytnmjovmbbexh2nd7x322enge

2nd International Congress on Neurology and Epidemiology

2012 Neuroepidemiology  
of outcome. 53 Nutritional Support Could Prevent Protein Energy Malnutrition in Stroke Patients Djaja N.  ...  This excitation is the cause of abnormal electrical activity of the brain reflected by the EEG. 249 Spectral Signatures of Time Averaged EEG Source Density During Brain Disease in Comparison to a Norm  ...  As seizures may develop instantly, early control of the seizure are among the principles of emergency treatment.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000343765 pmid:23128512 fatcat:zlibc2hggzhknbgves2mvspkqi
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