Frank J Daly

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We report a survey of the population of ganglion cells in the rabbit retina. A random sample of 301 neurons in the ganglion cell layer was targeted for photofilling, a method in which the arbors of the chosen neurons are revealed by diffusion of a photochemically induced fluorescent product from their somas. An additional 129 cells were labeled by(More)
AIMS Gliclazide pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics were assessed in 9 Caucasians and 10 Australian Aborigines with uncomplicated type 2 diabetes. METHODS Subjects were on a stable dose of 80 mg gliclazide twice daily, took 160 mg on the morning of study and had a standard breakfast. No further gliclazide was given over the next 48 h. Regular blood(More)
We report a 57-year-old man with falciparum malaria contracted in Kenya who presented with a three-day history of symptoms. Despite prompt treatment with quinine and artesunate and rapid clearing of the parasitaemia, he developed multiple complications and died 28 days after presentation. This case illustrates the potential for malaria to be fatal despite(More)
OBJECTIVES To provide evidence-based recommendations and guidance to the public regarding indicators of good sleep quality across the life-span. METHODS The National Sleep Foundation assembled a panel of experts from the sleep community and representatives appointed by stakeholder organizations (Sleep Quality Consensus Panel). A systematic literature(More)
Rationale Knowledge of the relationship of the dorsal scapular artery (DSA) with the brachial plexus is limited. Objective We report a case of a variant DSA path, and revisit DSA origins and under-investigated relationship with the plexus in cadavers. Methods The DSA was examined in a male patient and 106 cadavers. Results In the case, we observed an(More)
Restrictive laboratory scheduling, an increasing number of human cadaver-based anatomy courses and a reduction in the curricular time allotted to anatomy courses have created problems with cadaver laboratory access at the University of New England. This article describes a combination of anatomy testing and grading strategies to allow "at risk" (borderline(More)
Integrated medical curricular changes are altering the historical regional anatomy approach to abdominal dissection. The renal system is linked physiologically and biochemically to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems; yet, anatomists often approach the urinary system as part of the abdomen and pelvic regions. As part of an integrated curriculum, the(More)
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