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BACKGROUND In Japan the surgical approach to treatment of potentially curable gastric cancer, including extended lymphadenectomy, seems in retrospective surveys to give better results than the less radical procedures favoured in Western countries. There has, however, been no evidence from randomised trials that extended lymphadenectomy (D2 gastric(More)
We determined the concentration of cytosol estrogen receptors in the postnatal, developing right and left cerebral cortices of Long-Evans male or female rats 2 to 3, 7 to 8, 14 to 15, and 25 to 26 days of age. Under anesthesia, the rats were gonadectomized and 24 h later they were killed by decapitation, and the dorsal right and left cerebral cortices were(More)
To compare corneal electrodes commonly used in rodent eyes for repeat and left versus right eye accuracy and variability to record the flash electroretinogram (ERG). Animals studied were eight C57BL/6 mice and eight rats of the Wistar strain. Scotopic ERGs were recorded from eyes of dark-adapted anesthetized rodents to compare a custom-made gold-wire(More)
We report the first human case of combined mammillary body and medial thalamic lesions due to focal pathology. A patient presented with a multi-lobular lesion that affected the mammillary bodies, the medial thalamus and the brain stem. On neuropsychological testing, he showed significant anterograde memory impairment, with marked impairment on delayed story(More)
Hyperpnoea with dry air could lead to a reduction in depth and hyperosmolarity of the periciliary fluid layer (PFL) as a consequence of evaporative water loss. We investigated whether mucociliary clearance (MCC) is likely to be affected by dry air hyperpnoea, which also results in airway narrowing in asthmatics. MCC was measured by radioaerosol technique,(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the toxicity and response rate following BCNU with oxygen inhalation and escalating dosages of fluosol administered to patients with radiographic progression of malignant glioma after definitive surgery and radiotherapy. METHOD This single arm, phase I-II multicenter trial, enrolled 99 patients with malignant gliomas recurrent after(More)
This study was performed to investigate the effect of live, spontaneous harp music on individual patients in an intensive care unit (ICU), either pre- or postoperatively. The purpose was to determine whether this intervention would serve as a relaxation or healing modality, as evidenced by the effect on patient's pain, heart rate, respiratory rate, blood(More)
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