We study a boundary value problem (BVP) for second order nonlin-ear dynamic equations on time scales. A condition is established that ensures existence and uniqueness of solutions to the BVP under consideration.
The case presents a wall adherent structure in the right atrium in a young patient with peripheral t-cell lymphoma followed by successful prolonged lysis therapy resulting in the resolution of the thrombus is presented. This case highlights the utility of multimodality imaging in an accurate assessment of the right atrium thrombus and the effectiveness of… (More)
INTRODUCTION The self-administration intake of anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) is a widespread practice in competitive bodybuilders. Structural changes within the myocardium following AAS abuse including hypertrophy, restricted diastolic function as well as systolic dysfunction and impaired ventricular inflow have been reported. CASE PRESENTATION We… (More)
We show that the finite Toda lattice with complex-valued initial data can be integrated by the inverse spectral method. For this goal spectral data for complex Jacobi matrices are introduced and an inverse spectral problem from the spectral data is solved. The time evolution of the spectral data for the Jacobi matrix associated with the solution of the Toda… (More)