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Effect of bridged taps on channel capacity at VDSL frequencies
  • A. Wang, J. Werner, S. Kallel
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Communications…
  • 6 June 1999
This paper presents theoretical and numerical results on the effect of bridged taps on the channel capacity of unshielded twisted pair telephone wiring used in very-high-speed digital subscriber lineExpand
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Spontaneous Cerebellar Hematoma
Forty spontaneous cerebellar hematomas have been observed in 39 patients whose age ranged from 13 to 82 years, 26 being older than 60. Arterial hypertension is the most frequent aetiological factor.Expand
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Retinal vasculitis imaging by adaptive optics.
MUTHIAH SRINIVASAN, MD JEENA MASCARENHAS, MD REVATHI RAJARAMAN, MD MEENAKSHI RAVINDRAN, MD PRAJNA LALITHA, MD KATHRYN J. RAY, MA MICHAEL E. ZEGANS, MD NISHA R. ACHARYA, MD, MS THOMAS M. LIETMAN, MDExpand
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En-face optical coherence tomography as a novel tool for exploring the ocular surface: a pilot comparative study to conventional B-scans and in vivo confocal microscopy.
PURPOSE To explore the potential of spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) using the en-face technology for the imaging of ocular surface diseases and to correlate the findings with inExpand
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[Consequences of tibiotalar arthrodesis on the foot. A retrospective study of 36 cases with 8.5 years of followup].
The authors report the results of a retrospective study of 36 cases of tibiotalar arthrodesis performed in 22 men and 14 women with an average age of 32 years. All patients were reviewed with anExpand
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Influence of graft thickness and regularity on vision recovery after endothelial keratoplasty
Aim To assess the influence of graft thickness and regularity on visual recovery and postoperative wavefront aberrations after endothelial keratoplasty (EK). Methods 150 EKs performed in eyes withExpand
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L'HEMATOME SPONTANE DU CERVELET
Forty spontaneous cerebellar hematomas have been observed in 39 patients whose age ranged from 13 to 82 years. Arterial hypertension is the most frequent aetiological factor. Amongst the otherExpand
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Cyclosporin A and osteonecrosis of the femoral head.
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[The use of Partridge plates in the treatment of femoral diaphysis fractures near a prosthesis in elderly patients].
Spiral or comminuted fractures of the femoral shaft in the vicinity of a prosthesis in the elderly patient have been encountered with increasing frequency and may be very difficult to treat. The useExpand
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[Aseptic necrosis of the femoral head following renal transplantation: assessment of a 25-year experience].
From June 1963 to December 1988 aseptic necrosis of the femoral head has been treated surgically in 84 renal transplant recipients (150 surgical procedures). The long-term results of drilling of theExpand
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