J Fons Moreno

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The canine flexor carpi radialis is subdivided into 2 portions. The radial portion which occupies one third of the cross-section is located caudomedially and is composed only of large type I fibres (43.53 +/- 0.6 microns minimum diameter) in levels close to the insertion. The cubital portion is located craniolaterally and contains fewer and smaller type I(More)
Auditory evoked potentials were recorded in 25 babies with postconceptional age between 32 and 37 weeks without any risk factors for brainstem dysfunction. Waves I, III and V were constant while waves II and IV appeared more frequently with increasing gestation. The latency of waves I and III did not vary significantly in the period investigated while waves(More)
AIM To review the evaluation of neuropsychological functions by using non-invasive functional neuroimaging methods. DEVELOPMENT Non-invasive functional neuroimaging methods can be sorted into two broad categories: the first includes those that make use of electromagnetic techniques, such as event-related potentials and magnetoencephalography (MEG), and(More)
Praxis and language are considered right hemisphere functions. Buccofacial apraxia, except few occasions, are seen in right-handed patients with left hemisphere lesions with aphasia. We present a right-handed patient with buccofacial apraxia due to an ischaemic lesion of the right hemisphere seen by MRI. Language was normal and there was not limb apraxia in(More)
A radiologic and tomographic study was made of the cranioencephalic topography of canary goats of medium weight and size. In a first step, the exocranialis references corresponding to an axis designed at the level of the meatus acusticus externus and parallel to the basicranial axis were anatomically and radiologically defined. Conventional stereotaxic(More)
A study was done by radiological techniques to show the chronology of ossification of the shoulder and cubit joints in the Siam cat, from birth up to the 25th week of postnatal development. For this experiment we used 40 little cats (19 males and 21 females) belonging to 11 litters subjected to different controls: pattern race, healthy, feeding, growing up(More)
A study was done by radiological techniques to show the chronology of ossification of the thoracic autopodo of the Siam cat from birth up to the 25th week of postnatal development. For this experiment we used 40 little cats (19 males and 21 females) belonging to 11 litters subjected to different controls: pattern race, healthy, feeding, grow up and(More)
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