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- J S Meyer, N Ishihara, +4 authors P Pollack
- Stroke
- 1978

A clinical method for noninvasive measurement of regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) and blood volume (rCBV) is described, based on Obrist's 10 minute, desaturation method after 1 minute inhalation of 133Xe. Sixteen collimated probes are placed over both hemispheres and brain stem-cerebellar regions. End-tidal 133Xe curves are used for correction of… (More)

- H Naritomi, J S Meyer, V D Deshmukh, P Pollack
- Acta neurologica Scandinavica. Supplementum
- 1977

- PAUL POLLACK
- 2007

Recently the author proposed a uniform analogue of the Bateman-Horn conjectures for polynomials with coefficients from a finite field (i.e., for polynomials in Fq[T ] rather than Z[T ]). Here we use an explicit form of the Chebotarev density theorem over function fields to prove this conjecture in particular ranges of the parameters. We give some… (More)

- PAUL POLLACK
- 2007

We consider the problem of counting the number of (not necessarily monic) 'twin prime pairs' P, P + M ∈ F q [T ] of degree n, where M is a polynomial of degree < n. We formulate an asymptotic prediction for the number of such pairs as q n → ∞ and then prove an explicit estimate confirming the conjecture in those cases where q is large compared with n 2.… (More)

- PAUL POLLACK
- 2014

Fix an integer g = −1 that is not a perfect square. In 1927, Artin conjectured that there are infinitely many primes for which g is a primitive root. Forty years later, Hooley showed that Artin's conjecture follows from the Generalized Riemann Hypothesis (GRH). We inject Hooley's analysis into the Maynard–Tao work on bounded gaps between primes. This leads… (More)

A patient is described who had magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings of a left paramedian pontine ischemic stroke. It was associated with right motor sensory and left cerebellar dysfunction and the "one-and-a-half" syndrome of Fisher.

- Greg Martin, Paul Pollack
- J. London Math. Society
- 2013

- S V Kothare, P Pollack, A G Kulberg, P D Ravin
- Pediatric neurology
- 2000

A 13-year, 6-month-old female was evaluated for subacute onset of left-sided hemichorea/hemiballismus, with an old, right parietal, cortical, and subcortical stroke as the presumed cause. Treatment with gabapentin was initiated, with good results at 6-month follow-up. Discussion of the differential diagnosis and evaluation of delayed-onset movement… (More)

- Paul Pollack
- 2010

Suppose g ≥ 2. A natural number N is called a repdigit in base g if it has the shape a g n −1 g−1 for some 1 ≤ a < g, i.e., if all of its digits in its base g expansion are equal. The number N is called perfect if σ(N) = 2N , where σ(N) := d|N d is the usual sum of divisors function. We show that in each base g, there are at most finitely many repdigit… (More)

- Paul Pollack
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2012

Since ancient times, a natural number has been called perfect if it equals the sum of its proper divisors; e.g., 6 = 1+2+3 is a perfect number. In 1913, Dickson showed that for each fixed k, there are only finitely many odd perfect numbers with at most k distinct prime factors. We show how this result, and many like it, follow from embedding the natural… (More)