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A controlled comparison of two treatments for nocturnal enuresis.
This study assessed change in the frequency of primary nocturnal enuresis as produced by either behavioral conditioning with a urine alarm, pharmacotherapy with imipramine hydrochloride, orExpand
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Feasibility Study on Cardiac Arrhythmia Ablation Using High-Energy Heavy Ion Beams
High-energy ion beams are successfully used in cancer therapy and precisely deliver high doses of ionizing radiation to small deep-seated target volumes. A similar noninvasive treatment modality forExpand
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Behavioral and environmental characteristics of treated and untreated enuretic children and matched nonenuretic controls.
This correlational study investigated possible behavioral, parental, and environmental differences in enuretic children who were either receiving or not receiving treatment for bed-wetting. TheExpand
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Stapedial reflex and anxiety in fluent and disfluent speakers.
Stapedial reflex thresholds were obtained from fluent and disfluent subjects with and without anxiety. Anxiety conditions were measured by monitoring palmar skin resistance with a psychogalvanometer.Expand
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1004-55 The Utility of a New Integrated High Resolution Intracardiac Ultrasound/Ablation System in a Canine Model
To examine the utility of ultrasound visualization for guiding ablation of cardiac tissue, an intracardiac ultrasound cardioscope incorporating a catheter visualization/delivery system into theExpand
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705-3 Initial Experience with Left Ventricular Endocardial Catheter Manipulation Guided by Intracardiac Ultrasound Visualization: Improved Accuracy Over Fluoroscopic Imaging
The accuracy of radiofrequency ablation catheter tip localization with reference to surrounding anatomy was examined with both fluoroscopic and intracardiac long axis ultrasound imaging modalities inExpand
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Use of the aortoatrial continuity as means of providing left ventricular assist support without entering the ventricle: a feasibility study.
BACKGROUND Left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) are increasingly used to treat patients with refractory heart failure. Current-generation LVADs have major limitations, including the need for openExpand
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