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This longitudinal experiment investigated the efficiency effectiveness and group member perceptions of dialectical inquiry (DI) and constructive consensus (CC) approaches to strategic decision making in an asynchronous (distributed) Computer-Mediated-Communications (CMC) environment. There were no dQ,%erences between DI and CC groups in terms of decision… (More)
Functional disturbances of cervical spine, shoulder-nape-muscles and cervicothoracic ligamentous apparatus were examined in 100 needle-women. 105 nurses from outpatients departments served as group of comparison. In consideration of signs of occupational load clues to occupationally caused overstrain were found.
A second generation computer supported cooperative work system called Electronic Information Exchange System (EIES2) is described in this paper. The EIES2 communications environment allows users to network across geographical constraints using asynchronous or synchronous communications. The architecture of the network environment is decentralized, and is… (More)
Thyroid disorders, both in women who wish to conceive and in gravidas, has become a topic of much interest to numerous researchers. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) is a potentially life-threatening condition among women undergoing controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH). We present a case of thyroid dysfunction in severe OHSS in a patient… (More)
The paper presents a case of abnormal endometrium proliferation detected during routine examinations before the final stage of the in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer program (IVF-ET). Diagnostic excochleation of the uterus histopathologically revealed Ca endometrium.
OBJECTIVE To analyse the outcome of intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in women with severe polycystic ovary disease (PCD), stimulated after prolonged pituitary desensitization in comparison with regular long protocol therapy. MATERIALS AND METHODS The results of controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH), fertilization rate, early embryo development… (More)
The paper presents the case of an 11 year old boy with school phobia. As the case shows, written interventions in the form of letters can be an added and very effective resource of family therapy, that can help to reduce the number of family sessions. Despite the added work of writing them they prove to be an advantage for the therapist in many ways. One… (More)