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Small Stone in Pool

Samuel Buss, Leszek Kołodziejczyk, Henry Kautz
2014 Logical Methods in Computer Science  
We prove that the Stone tautologies also have polynomial size proofs in both pool resolution and the proof system of regular tree-like resolution with input lemmas (regRTI).  ...  Therefore, the Stone tautologies do not separate resolution from DPLL with clause learning.  ...  However, in all cases, when working in the subproof in the . . . . . . . . . part p 1,m−1 . . . . . . . . . p 1,1 , p 1,2 , . . . , p 1,m−1 p 1,1 , p 1,2 , . . . , p 1,m p 1,m SMALL STONE IN POOL 9  ... 
doi:10.2168/lmcs-10(2:16)2014 fatcat:pv4snyzntfemhgj4setsstsynu

PERFORMANCE OF XIENCE V EVEROLIMUS-ELUTING VS. TAXUS EXPRESS PACLITAXEL-ELUTING CORONARY STENTS IN SMALL VESSELS: POOLED RESULTS OF THE SPIRIT III AND SPIRIT IV CLINICAL TRIALS

James Bernard Hermiller, Robert Applegate, Julie Dootzadeh, Wesley Pierson, Aakar Shah, John Peterson, Krishnankutty Sudhir, Gregg Stone
2010 Journal of the American College of Cardiology  
Thus, we compared an everolimuseluting stent (EES) to a paclitaxel-eluting stent (PES) for treatment of small (<2.5 mm) and larger vessels (≥2.5 mm) in a pooled analysis of the SPIRIT III and SPIRIT IV  ...  Methods: In SPIRIT III (n=1001) and SPIRIT IV (n=3687), 4688 total patients were randomized 2:1, EES vs. PES, and data pooled for a patient level analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0735-1097(10)61796-2 fatcat:oby4sx746vcp5kxybghq6sbrpm

Mutations in Known Monogenic High Bone Mass Loci Only Explain a Small Proportion of High Bone Mass Cases

Celia L Gregson, Lawrie Wheeler, Sarah A Hardcastle, Louise H Appleton, Kathryn A Addison, Marieke Brugmans, Graeme R Clark, Kate A Ward, Margaret Paggiosi, Mike Stone, Joegi Thomas, Rohan Agarwal (+9 others)
2015 Journal of Bone and Mineral Research  
In conclusion, although mutations in known HBM loci may be asymptomatic, they only account for a very small proportion ($3%) of HBM individuals, suggesting the great majority are explained by either unknown  ...  We aimed to determine to what extent HBM is explained by mutations in known HBM genes. A total of 258 unrelated HBM cases were identified from a review of 335,115 DXA scans from 13 UK centers.  ...  (57) In the present study we performed HRpQCT in a small subgroup; trabecular BMD and cortical thickness appeared to be higher in LRP5 HBM compared to non-LRP5 HBM cases.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jbmr.2706 pmid:26348019 pmcid:PMC4832273 fatcat:vbqzuklf2regla7lzk2zfanlye

Regulation of Bile Salt Pool Size in Man

T. S. Low-Beer, E. W. Pomare
1973 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
bile salt pool size.  ...  This hypothesis, derived from studies of cholate kinetics in coeliac, cholecystectomy, and gall stone patients, represents the simplest interpretation of the data.  ...  Could such a mechanism help to explain the small bile salt pool found by Vlahcevic et al. (1970 Vlahcevic et al. ( , 1972 and Bell et al. (1972) in patients with cholesterol gall stones?  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.5862.338 pmid:4704519 pmcid:PMC1589302 fatcat:hsyxtmiqd5a67paspigvxhtds4

Estimating sampling bias when using electrofishing to catch stone loach

Y. Reyjol, G. Loot, S. Lek
2005 Journal of Fish Biology  
Point abundance sampling, using electrofishing, for stone loach Barbatula barbatula in two habitats, riffle and pool, showed that there was no difference in density between the two habitats.  ...  The density of fish increased significantly (1Á8 fold; P < 0Á001) when the substratum of small cobbles (128-256 mm) was removed and electrofishing repeated. # 2005 The Fisheries Society of the British  ...  There may have been fewer stone loach in the riffle but the higher flow in this habitat may have enabled a greater capture rate relative to the pool habitat.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0022-1112.2005.00621.x fatcat:hwj437ekq5htzdtz7cywekvnni

Page 250 of American Journal of Veterinary Research Vol. 20, Issue 75 [page]

1959 American Journal of Veterinary Research  
Using the Elson-Morgan method, an average of 0.22 per cent was found in air-dried, pooled stone material with little deviation between three indi- vidual pools.  ...  TABLE 1i—Hexose in Pooled Samples of Sili- ceous Urinary Stone Material and Dialyzed Urine Sediment Material analyzed Hexose (air-dry basis) Group A (19 stones) 0.56%* Group B (10 stones) 0.81% Group C  ... 

Deoxycholic acid and the pathogenesis of gall stones

S N Marcus, K W Heaton
1988 Gut  
More frequent circulation has been suggested as the cause of the small pool in gall stone subjects."'="" By analogy with the situation after cholecystectomy it could perhaps also explain the increased  ...  They have also been reported to have small DCA pools -18 ,umol/kg compared with 29 [tmol/kg in age matched meat eaters.32Thus four risk factors for gall stones -age, female sex, hypertriglyceridaemia and  ... 
doi:10.1136/gut.29.4.522 pmid:3286385 pmcid:PMC1433553 fatcat:6ietnsgf6bgyxcsiec525rheii

New excavations at the Barbar Temple, Bahrain

Flemming Hojlund, Pernille Bangsgaard, Jesper Hansen, Niels Haue, Poul Kjaerum, Dorthe Danner Lund
2005 Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy  
sand with small stones. 20: light grey to brown sand. 21: light to dark grey-brown sand with small stones. 22: scattered stones in grey-brown sand. 23: grey sandy clay with thin layer of charcoal at the  ...  South section through channel in trench 5. 1: light grey to greybrown sand with scattered small stones and plaster rubble. 2: dark grey-brown sand with scattered small stones and plaster fragments. 3:  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1600-0471.2005.00248.x fatcat:evknumcuzfbt3gq2snhgxs3ata

Page 346 of European Journal of Clinical Investigation Vol. 26, Issue 5 [page]

1996 European Journal of Clinical Investigation  
category of stones (most had pigment gallstones), bile salt pools of patients with functioning gallbladders were within normal limits, whereas in stone patients with non- or poorly- functioning gallbladder  ...  Consistent with this hypothesis is the gradual expansion of the deoxycholate conjugate pool, a marker for diversion of bile acids into the upper small intestine as gallbladder dysmotility increases in  ... 

Gall stone disease without gall stones--bile acid and bile lipid metabolism after complete gall stone dissolution

D C Ruppin, G M Murphy, R H Dowling
1986 Gut  
The mean bile acid pool size in the 13 patients of 4*4±0*5 mmol was comparable with that in untreated gall stone patients.  ...  Pool size was significantly smaller in the nine non-obese patients (3.5±0.3), than in the four obese (6-0±0-8; p<005).  ...  of many previous reports which show that the pool size is small in untreated gall stone patients of normal weight3 37 although it may be normal or even greater than normal in very obese patients.5 In  ... 
doi:10.1136/gut.27.5.559 pmid:3699565 pmcid:PMC1433487 fatcat:3dpacokpzbennpzmhbg3fryibm

Effects of a pharmacological dose of cholecystokinin on bile acid kinetics and biliary cholesterol saturation in man

R P Jazrawi, T C Northfield
1986 Gut  
in recycling frequency of the pool.  ...  gall bladder emptying rather than through alterations in small intestinal transit rate.  ...  In 19 JuIs 19895 acid pool in healthy subjects and in cholesterol gall stone patients, with normal bile acid synthesis and absorption efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.1136/gut.27.4.355 pmid:3957106 pmcid:PMC1433401 fatcat:cgcem6gswzgw7ltivt3aruucdi

Similar small-scale variation of diatom assemblages on different substrates in a mesotrophic stream

Maria Kahlert, Ivana Savatijević Rašić
2015 Acta Botanica Croatica  
Benthic diatom samples were collected at one sampling site in a mesotrophic stream in Middle-Sweden from stone and plant (macrophytes and mosses) substrate.  ...  The aim of the present study was to analyze if small-scale spatial variation of benthic diatom assemblages has consequences for biomonitoring.  ...  Acknowledgements This project was funded by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (SwAM) and the SEPA Research Department (Waterbody Assessment Tools for Ecological Reference conditions and status in  ... 
doi:10.1515/botcro-2015-0021 fatcat:hxd7f7mp7zf2nk2n4fgdzsnx74

Biliary lipid secretion in cholesterol gallstone disease. The effect of cholecystectomy and obesity

E A Shaffer, D M Small
1977 Journal of Clinical Investigation  
Small size, and a small but further decline of the already reduced pool in nonobese patients with cholesterol gallstones.  ...  After cholecystectomy there was a slight further fall in this already small pool. When viewed with respect to ideal body weight, the obese subjects had large pools.  ... 
doi:10.1172/jci108705 pmid:856870 pmcid:PMC372291 fatcat:g4ebn7c7ujhmdizonoh35bgdqy

Intermittent Secretion of Abnormal Bile in Patients with Cholesterol Gall Stones

R. A. Smallwood, P. Jablonski, J. McK. Watts
1972 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
, 1967; Admirand and Small, 1968; Carey and Small, 1970; Small, 1970) .  ...  The data examined by Small (1970) suggested that the liver rather than the gall bladder was the source of abnormal bile in stone formers.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.4.5835.263 pmid:5083887 pmcid:PMC1788839 fatcat:maaoimya6zhyrnmq6xhfahw57e

Page 726 of Virginia Medical Quarterly : VMQ Vol. 113, Issue 12 [page]

1986 Virginia Medical Quarterly : VMQ  
that an inappropriately small cir- culating bile acid pool was the cause of cholesterol gallstone disease.  ...  Calcified stones, very large stones, or stones in non-visualizing gallbladders can not be dissolved by CDCA therapy.  ... 
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