Steve Bamel

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This study examined the validity, reliability, and discriminatory capacity of the gallon-jug shelf-transfer (GJST) test. Six hundred fifty-three independent-living older adults (463 women age 72.9 +/- 7.0 years, 190 men age 74.3 +/- 6.7 years) participated. Participants moved five 1-gallon jugs (approximately 3.9 kg) from a knee-high to a shoulder-high(More)
The arterial circulation to the brain of buffalo is accomplished through the rete mirabile cerebri. It is an interwined arterial mass located in the cavernous sinus on either side of the sella turcica and extend from foramen orbitorotundum to the sphenococcipital junction. The major contribution of blood reaches through the arteriae anastomotica and ramus(More)
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