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BACKGROUND Approximately half the cases of prelingual hearing loss are caused by genetic factors. Identification of genes causing deafness is a crucial first step in understanding the normal function of these genes in the auditory system. Recently, a mutant allele of Tmhs was reported to be associated with deafness and circling behaviour in the hurry-scurry(More)
Studies of functional plasticity after pre- or perinatal brain damage can tell us whether the neural substrate normally involved in the development of a given ability is specific and, if so, when it becomes functionally specified and unique. Development of face processing was investigated in 5- to 17-year-old children who had a unilateral brain injury in(More)
Three separate studies were successively carried out to investigate the usefulness of intensively training children with dyslexia with daily exercizes based on the temporal processing theory of dyslexia, according to which these children would be specifically unable to process brief and rapidly changing auditory stimuli. The speech modification, similar for(More)
Symptomatic colonic lipomas, although unusual, continue to present difficulties in the preoperative differential diagnosis between malignant and benign colonic neoplasm. Although new imaging techniques are available, they are frequently diagnosed at laparotomy, and definitive histology is required. Local excision is adequate treatment, but segmental(More)
Sperm quality in the caput, corpus, and cauda regions of the epididymis of healthy and sexually mature Landrace boars was studied. Epididymal sperm characteristics were examined by light microscopy (LM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Sperm vitality decreased very slightly although progressively with the(More)
Sperm morphology of three healthy boars and three boars with spontaneous abdominal cryptorchidism in the right testis has been evaluated by light microscopy. For each boar, two ejaculates have been analysed, corresponding to semen collections at the ages of 6.5 months (first collection) and 8 months (seventh collection). A comparative study of the sperm(More)
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