Diana Deutch

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Singing abilities are rarely examined despite the fact that their study represents one of the richest sources of information regarding how music is processed in the brain. In particular, the analysis of singing performance in brain-damaged patients provides key information regarding the autonomy of music processing relative to language processing. Here, we(More)
The ocular effects of cardiopulmonary bypass surgery were prospectively studied in 46 patients. We examined preoperative and post-operative visual acuity, intraocular pressure, body weight, fluids infused during surgery, hematocrit, and cardiopulmonary bypass time. On the first postoperative day mean intraocular pressure increased 2.1 mm Hg (P = .003) from(More)
Human spermatozoan oxygen consumption was measured in semen serially diluted with its own plasma, and shortly after serial dilution of washed spermatozoa in an artificial medium. In both media, per-sperm oxygen uptake rose significantly when sperm concentration fell below the range of 15-25 X 10(6) cells/ml. Oxygen uptake was higher in the artificial(More)
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