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Resting‐state functional MRI: Functional connectivity analysis of the visual cortex in primary open‐angle glaucoma patients
Purpose: To analyze functional connectivity (FC) of the visual cortex using resting‐state functional MRI in human primary open‐angle glaucoma (POAG) patients. Materials and Methods: Twenty‐twoExpand
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Flow movement and sediment transport in compound channels
There are many studies on the flow movement in compound channels, yet few are concerned with sediment transport. An experimental study on the flow movement and sediment transport in compound channelsExpand
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Numerical modeling of hyper-concentrated sediment transport in the lower Yellow River
The simulation of hyper-concentrated sediment transport is very important in managing rivers with high sediment concentrations. Based on the theory of non-equilibrium transport of non-uniformExpand
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High-Resolution Micro-CT for Morphologic and Quantitative Assessment of the Sinusoid in Human Cavernous Hemangioma of the Liver
Hepatic sinusoid plays a vital role in human cavernous hemangioma of the liver (CHL), and its morphologic investigation facilitates the understanding of microcirculation mechanism and pathologicalExpand
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1-D MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR HEAVILY SEDIMENT – LADEN RIVERS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Reservoirs on heavily sediment–laden rivers face serious sedimentation and big capacity loss. In this paper a 1-D non-equilibrium mathematical model is used to calculate two typical reservoirExpand
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Three-dimensional visualization of the microvasculature of bile duct ligation-induced liver fibrosis in rats by x-ray phase-contrast imaging computed tomography
X-ray phase-contrast imaging (PCI) can substantially enhance contrast, and is particularly useful in differentiating biological soft tissues with small density differences. Combined with computedExpand
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Comparison of refraction information extraction methods in diffraction enhanced imaging.
Diffraction enhanced imaging (DEI) is a powerful phase-sensitive technique that generates the improved contrast of weakly absorbing samples compared to conventional radiography. The x-ray refractionExpand
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Analyses of trends and causes for variations in runoff and sediment load of the Yellow River
Abstract Due to the impacts of globe climate change and human activities, dramatic variations in runoff and sediment load were observed for the Yellow River. Analyses of nearly 65 years’ dataExpand
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Brain functional networks: correlation analysis with clinical indexes in patients with diabetic retinopathy
PurposeThe relationship between parameters of brain functional networks and clinical indexes is unclear so far in patients with diabetic retinopathy (DR). This paper is to investigateExpand
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Sediment delivery ratio and its uncertainties on flood event scale: Quantification for the Lower Yellow River
Sediment delivery ratio (SDR) for fluvial rivers was formulated with sediment rating curve. The observed data of SDR on flood event scale of the Lower Yellow River (LYR) were adopted to examine theExpand
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