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PURPOSE To prospectively evaluate the role of magnetic resonance (MR) urography in the radiologic assessment of patients with spinal dysraphism. MATERIALS AND METHODS Fourteen patients with spinal dysraphism were referred for MR urography with half-Fourier rapid acquisition with relaxation enhancement (RARE) (repetition time msec/echo time msec = 11.9/95)… (More)
In this paper, a novel imaging technique for enhancing 3-D vision is proposed. The enhancement is achieved with the help of 3-D time-of-flight camera, this 3D camera delivers the intensity and depth information of the scene in real time. Although this kind of 3-D cameras provide accurate depth information, its low 2-D image resolution tends to be a… (More)
The current study reports the possible changes in the copper metabolism of the crab Oziotelphusa senex senex exposed to a sublethal concentration of atrazine. The alterations observed in the synthesis of pigment, hemocyanin, and its affinity to oxygen suggest the existence of respiratory distress in the crab as a consequence of atrazine toxicity.
Studies were conducted on haematological constituents such as Red blood cells (RBC), White blood cells (WBC), Haemoglobin (Hb), Packed cell volume (PCV), Mean cell volume (MCV), Mean corpuscular haemoglobin (MCH), Mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration (MCHC), Blood volume (BV), Blood water content (BWC) and Whole animal oxygen consumption (WAOC) in the… (More)
The impact of atrazine, a triazine herbicide, on the lipid metabolism of fish, Sarotherodon mossambica was studied. Significant changes were reported in the lipid profiles of liver and muscle as a function of exposure period.
The chronic effects of atrazine on total body weight, hydration level, and serum inorganic electrolytes in the tissues of freshwater fish, Tilapia mossambicus, were studied. Significant changes were observed in the tissues indicating the disturbances in the hydromineral balance of the fish as a consequence of atrazine.
The present study deals with the effect of atrazine on nitrogen metabolism in the liver and brain of fish. Significant changes were seen in the levels of proteins, free amino acids, ammonia, urea, glutamine and the activity levels of proteases, glucogenic aminotransferases, branched-chain aminotransferases, glutamate dehydrogenase, glutaminase, arginase,… (More)
Effect in vivo of atrazine on total body weight, hydration level, haemolymph volume, inorganic electrolytes was studied in the gill, hepatopancreas and haemolymph of the crab. Significant changes were seen in the tissues indicating disturbances in the hydromineral balance of the crab as a consequence of atrazine.