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Introduction The TransAtlantic Inter-Society Consensus Document on Management of Peripheral Arterial Disease (TASC) was published in January 2000 1e3 as a result of cooperation between fourteen medical and surgical vascu-lar, cardiovascular, vascular radiology and cardiology societies in Europe and North America. This comprehensive document had a major(More)
This study, a retrospective review of 165 patients with myasthenia gravis, compares the course of the disease for patients with onset before 50 and at or after 50. There were no significant differences between age groups for presenting symptoms, but more of the older patients had progressed to severe disease. More of the younger than the older patients were(More)
Dentin sialoprotein (DSP) and dentin phosphoprotein (DPP; phosphophoryn) are two principal dentin-specific non-collagenous proteins. DPP is extremely acidic and is rich in aspartic acid and serine. By virtue of this structure, DPP may bind large amounts of calcium and may facilitate initial mineralization of dentin matrix collagen as well as regulate the(More)
To determine whether the vasoconstriction in Raynaud's phenomenon is associated with raised concentrations of the endothelium-derived vasoconstrictor endothelin (ET-1), responses to cold pressor testing were examined in 7 subjects with primary Raynaud's phenomenon and in 7 control subjects. Baseline serum ET-1 levels (pg/ml), as measured by(More)
Because radiation remains a common postoperative treatment for head and neck cancers, it is critical to determine whether new bone-regenerative approaches are effective for healing craniofacial defects challenged by therapeutic doses of radiation. The objective of this study was to determine whether the deleterious effects of radiotherapy could be overcome(More)
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While it appears probable that parental expectancies due to early knowledge of the condition of Down's syndrome in infants affects parent-child interactions, little data are available showing how interactions are affected. In an observational, laboratory-based study, we compared verbal and nonverbal interactions between 10 mothers and their Down's syndrome(More)
The effects of sensory extinction procedures on nontargeted self-stimulatory behaviors of two autistic boys were assessed. In Experiment 1, the frequencies of two topographically similar behaviors of one child and two topographically dissimilar behaviors of the other child were examined within a reversal design. Application of sensory extinction for target(More)