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Twenty-four heat-acclimatized male volunteers were wrapped as previously described (Am. J. Physiol. 239 (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 8): R226-R232, 1980) but to produce miliaria rubra (heat rash) in specific regions of the body. Three experimental rash groups were involved: 1) the torso (17% total skin surface rashed, n = 6), 2) torso and arms(More)
Ten volunteers were heat acclimatized to 48.9 degrees C (Ta), 20% rh for 7 days to complete a 100-min walk on a level treadmill (1.56 m x s-1). Subjects were then divided into experimental (n = 6) and control (n = 4) groups. Miliaria rubra (heat rash) was then induced on the experimental subjects by wrapping them for 3 days in polyethylene plastic. All six(More)
e16553 Background: While endometrial cancer may be associated with many comorbid conditions, none have been characterized as changing overall prognosis. The aim of this study was to identify medical conditions or laboratory values, that may serve as prognostic factors in stage III and IV endometrial cancer. METHODS A retrospective chart review identified(More)
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