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Although some studies have reported subtle language deficits following early focal brain lesions (EFBL), most studies find no evidence for differential language outcomes as a function of lesion side or lesion type in children with congenital injuries to one side of the brain. However, recent prospective studies of the first stages of language development in… (More)
Contrasting theories posit the source of verbal repetition priming in the activation of preexisting memory representations in the input lexicons or, alternatively, in the formation of new episodic memory traces. The two hypotheses predict different outcomes from the comparison of developmental rates of visual and auditory verbal repetition priming. The… (More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the feasibility, efficacy, and safety of catheter-based radiofrequency renal sympathetic denervation for treatment of resistant hypertension. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twenty-four patients with essential hypertension unresponsive to at least three antihypertensive agents underwent renal denervation (RDN). Three patients had variant renal… (More)
We analysed, in the period 1984-1986, the serum of 1733 pregnant women. The relation between the positivities and some probable factors of risk, alimentary habits and touch with tame animals has had valued by statistical method. The analysis shows no increase of risk in the group used to eat underdone meats compared with the group in touch tame animals.
The concentrations of the IgG and IgM fractions have been determined on thirty whole sera and after treatment with protein A, or after chromatographic separation. The analysis of the differences has been effected with Student's t test. No statistically significant differences have been noted between the two methods of separation as far as IgM fraction is… (More)