S. S. Ganji

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Of four patients having Angelman's syndrome admitted to a state mental facility who were clinically and electroencephalographically evaluated, 2 patients had CT scan studies of the brain. The most impressive and striking features that help in the diagnosis are the mental and physical retardation, nondevelopment of speech despite adequate visual and auditory(More)
Scalp recorded somatosensory evoked cortical responses (SSEP) may be measured under general anesthesia to assess the electrical responsiveness of the brain. Such potentials were measured in 25 patients undergoing carotid endarterectomy without shunt. Electrical unresponsiveness occurred bilaterally in one patient and unilaterally in one patient. The patient(More)
  • Hassan Javanshir, Saeid Sheikhzadeh Najar, S. S. Ganji
  • 2010
Selection of cutting patterns in order to minimize production waste is an important issue in operations research, which has attracted many researchers. Solving this problem is very important in the industries that have priorities in minimizing the waste in the Pages section. In this paper, the two-dimensional cutting stock problem has been studied to reduce(More)
A woman having common migraine attacks coincident with an asymmetrical bilateral occipital lobe infarction that spared the brainstem and cerebellum underwent these studies: serial electroencephalography, brainstem auditory, visual and somatosensory evoked potentials, magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and cerebral arteriography. The patient's vision(More)
OBJECT Previous studies have shown nutritional benefits of breastfeeding for a child's health, especially for protection against infection. Protective factors in human milk locally and systemically prevent infections in the gastrointestinal as well as upper and lower respiratory tracts. It remains unclear whether breastfeeding protects infants against(More)
An usual combination of diffuse theta activity with intermittent bursts of spindle-like activity, followed by 2-3 Hz rhythmic discharges and lasting about 7 seconds, was noted in a coma patient after cardiac arrest. We speculate that the theta pattern coma and spindle-like bursts originated in the pontine region, and that those bursts in turn triggered or(More)