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Aging Brain Mechanics: Progress and Promise of Magnetic Resonance Elastography

Lucy V Hiscox, Hillary Schwarb, Matthew D J McGarry, Curtis L Johnson
2021 NeuroImage  
viscoelasticity) in vivo in the living human brain.  ...  Brain tissue viscoelasticity provides a unique biophysical signature of neuroanatomy that are representative of the composition and organization of the complex tissue microstructure.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health ( R01-AG058853 and R01-EB027577 ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.117889 pmid:33617995 pmcid:PMC8251510 fatcat:43ld36h5nzgvvdxk52arbfx4su

Insights into the pathogenesis of nicotine addiction. Could a salivary biosensor be useful in Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)?

Anida-Maria Băbțan, Nausica Petrescu, Anca Ionel, Bianca Boșca, Willi Uriciuc, Claudia Feurdean, Codruța Mirică, Roxana Bordea, Viorel Miclăuș, Flavia Ruxanda, Adina Todea, Teodora Alexescu (+2 others)
2019 Journal of Mind and Medical Sciences  
The multitude of compounds derived from tobacco smoke have local and systemic negative impacts, resulting in a large number of smoking-related pathologies.  ...  Therapeutic strategies and new approaches to nicotine assessment and cessation treatment are discussed, noting that such strategies could take into account the possibility of slow and gradual nicotine  ...  take control.  ... 
doi:10.22543/7674.62.p196209 fatcat:2xxuyfvunzarrle2rweehsttpe

To Crunch or Not to Crunch: An Evidence-Based Examination of Spinal Flexion Exercises, Their Potential Risks, and Their Applicability to Program Design

Bret Contreras, Brad Schoenfeld
2011 Strength and conditioning journal  
(60), and a two-fold decrease in hydration between adolescent discs and 80 year-old discs (130) , which diminishes the disc's A C C E P T E D F O R P U B L I C A T I O N RUNNING HEAD: Spinal Flexion 4  ...  These exercises involve dynamic flexion of the spine in the sagittal plane, and are performed to increase abdominal strength and development (125), particularly in the rectus abdominis and obliques musculature  ...  that A C C E P T E D F O R P U B L I C A T I O N Practical Applications Taking all factors into account, it would seem that dynamic flexion exercises provide a favorable risk/reward ratio provided  ... 
doi:10.1519/ssc.0b013e3182259d05 fatcat:eiu6em4eebaqfmeli6krso2qjq

Clinical Insights into the Importance of Scars and Scar Release in Paediatric Chronic Myofascial Pain [chapter]

Gillian Lauder, Nicholas West
2020 Pain Management [Working Title]  
myofascial matrix; each part of the organism combines with the mechanical system to create an integrated functional movement unit and contributes to the stability of the whole system.  ...  This chapter outlines the importance of skin and fascia in the biotensegrity model.  ...  Doug Courtemanche and Dr. Greg Siren for their insightful comments on a draft of this chapter.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.93525 fatcat:mkuvffe7tndnlhlcctbvg2zvfy

ACRT-SCTS Scholar Abstracts

2010 Clinical and Translational Science  
When BMI and WC were examined simultaneously, high BMI was associated with lower risk of all-cause mortality in women, and WC was associated with high risk of all-cause mortality in men and women.  ...  RESULTS: Controlling for SSB intake and PA levels, adolescents from ethnic minorities had an increased HOMA-IR, SBP, WC, and BMI percentile for age-sex compared to non-Hispanic whites.  ...  States OBJECTIVES: Delaying gratification, the ability to forgo earlier rewards in order to achieve larger rewards later, may be abnormal in ADHD and substance use disorders.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1752-8062.2010.00181_2.x fatcat:lwvd6nteozgezazejeqpjupawu

Massive Star Formation in the Infrared: a Reanalysis of the SOMA Survey

Ryne Dingler
2019 McNair Scholars Research Journal  
Reinhardt and the McNair Scholars program for providing this research opportunity. Thanks also to Dr. Cuntz for his  ...  This simplifies the system by not taking an interest in the body's rotation. A simple example of a spring mass damper system can be observed in Fig. 3.2 .  ...  In a nationwide study in 2011 [5] , "only 10.8% of the patients at risk received fully adequate prevention in bed and while sitting."  ... 
doi:10.32855/mcnairscholarsuta.2018.001 fatcat:66a66kgxp5grvlqesqigppusqi

Strategies for Reducing Sodium Intake in Bakery Products, a Review

Georgiana Gabriela Codină, Andreea Voinea, Adriana Dabija
2021 Applied Sciences  
This may cause an increase of high blood pressure leading to cardiovascular diseases. Cereal products, and in particular bread, are the main source of salt in human diet.  ...  Moreover, it presents sodium chloride effects on the bread making from the technological and sensory point of view and presents different options for salt reduction in foods focusing on bakery products  ...  ., A.D. and G.G.C. contributed equally to the study design, collection of data, development of the sampling, analyses, interpretation of results and preparation of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11073093 doaj:b3cbd238153d4b9eb485d827059c4974 fatcat:qrx2gmsmtzbovbq3cugwkprnje

Abstracts of the Lectures During Haematocon 2013

2013 Indian Journal of Hematology and Blood Transfusion  
Each of the 77 chapters has used different strategies to meet the challenges [33] . Presently we are in a position to take care any of the challenges that a PWH faces. These are our rewards.  ...  This means that hemostasis is the net result of two systems working in tandem, the coagulation system-the system that produces the clot-and the fibrinolytic system-the system that dissolves the clot.  ...  Use of Darbepoetin in patients with lower risk myelodysplastic syndrome to avoid transfusions is an exception to this recommendation. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12288-013-0303-y fatcat:pmhm2mkmpzhpbhozgqpjbvgyd4

Oral abstracts

2010 Vox Sanguinis  
The aging of the population in developed countries is associated with a decrease of young individuals being potentially eligible to donate blood and an increase of older individuals which might be in the  ...  Therefore, the retention of active blood donors (BD) is becoming more important. A substantial increase in blood donations could be achieved by Ó  ...  Conclusions: After only five years, a short course in clinical and epidemiological research has already been instrumental in stimulating blood safety research in low and middle income countries of Africa  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1423-0410.2010.01343_1.x pmid:20591082 fatcat:tup6xpf3m5eblgwg56fg4pmudq

Dermatillomania: Strategies for Developing Protective Biomaterials/Cloth

Priusha Ravipati, Bice Conti, Enrica Chiesa, Karine Andrieux
2021 Pharmaceutics  
Moreover, the high synergistic potential of biomaterials and nanosystems in this area remains to be explored.  ...  A total of six products with the potential to be applied as physical barrier strategies in supporting SPD treatment were shortlisted and discussed.  ...  We would like to thank Justina Dancin Varr, admin of the Facebook group XYZ, and its members for their support in conducting the survey.  ... 
doi:10.3390/pharmaceutics13030341 pmid:33808008 fatcat:qhsje2lkrveevlgcozwhrnswca


2008 Swiss Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry  
P 02 Activation of visual and motor areas during imaginary movements of the phantom but not the paretic limb: an fMRI investigation of the third arm phenomenon  ...  playing games, it is unknown whether hypocretin depletion in humans might selectively affect neural activity in reward systems.  ...  In conclusion: @neurIST is focussed on cerebral aneurysms and intends to provide an integrated decision support system to assess the risk of aneurysm rupture in patients and to optimise their treatments  ... 
doi:10.4414/sanp.2008.01963 fatcat:4kshsh5ihbdvbdqmkenqmvg22q

46th Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation

2011 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
evolving population, in particular as control of systemic cancers are improving.  ...  In a randomized placebo-controlled trial of 291 adolescent migraineurs, aged 12-17 years, the efficacy of MAXALT ® Tablets (5 mg) was not different from that of placebo (see ACTION AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY  ...  Seizures: There have been very rare reports of seizures following administration of MAXALT ® in patients with or without risk factors or previous history of seizures (see WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0317167100017078 fatcat:ls3brekxcnd75hsemllula2duq

Effect of Laser Phototherapy on the Hyalinization Following Orthodontic Tooth Movement in Rats

Fernando A. L. Habib, Sabrina K. C. Gama, Luciana M. P. Ramalho, Maria Cristina T. Cangussú, Fernando P. dos Santos Neto, Juliana A. Lacerda, Telma M. de Araújo, Antônio L. B. Pinheiro
2012 Photomedicine and Laser Surgery  
in adolescent patients İbrahim Yavuz, Koray Halıcıoğlu, İsmail Ceylan, İlhan Metin Dağsuyu and Abdulvahit Erdem 72 The effect of fluoride exposure on the load-deflection properties of superelastic nickel-titanium-based  ...  Griffin and Brett Kerr 51 Risk factors associated with external apical root resorption of the maxillary incisors: a 15-year retrospective study Vahid Rakhshan, Nazanin Nateghian and Morteza Ordoubazari  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the contribution of Dr Mei Ling Wong in the initial design of the study, and Professor Phrabhakaran a/l K. N.  ... 
doi:10.1089/pho.2011.3085 pmid:22321059 fatcat:xquf67thnzdr7h7kk7nskf27hi

51. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Transfusionsmedizin und Immunhämatologie (DGTI), Lübeck, 19.-21. September 2018, Abstracts

2018 Transfusion Medicine and Hemotherapy  
Disclaimer: The statements and data contained in this publication are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not of the publisher and the editors.  ...  The appearance of advertisements in the journal is not a warranty, endorsement, or approval of the products or services advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety.  ...  Acknowledgement: We would like to thank all participating blood and plasma donors for their active support.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000492927 fatcat:2phhamb5tndqtay2ksq5hlj4ey

Abstracts of the BCLA Annual Clinical Conference, 2007

2007 Contact lens & anterior eye  
In the past 10 years, controlled clinical trials have systematically studied each of these theories and found that they do not effectively control axial growth in children.  ...  In March 2004, he moved to the University of Applied Sciences in Jena, Germany to take up the position of associate professor.  ...  Clinical risks; the myths and the truth There has been a recent resurgence of interest in terms of ''corneal staining'' as it relates to contact lens wear and use of care systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.clae.2007.09.005 fatcat:kgwsf7tnwrejhfkxk676jujyk4
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