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Mutation analysis for RUNX1, MLL-PTD, FLT3-ITD, NPM1 and NRAS in 269 patients with MDS or secondary AML
Mutation analysis for RUNX1 , MLL -PTD, FLT3 -ITD, NPM1 and NRAS in 269 patients with MDS or secondary AML
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AML with CBFB–MYH11 rearrangement demonstrate RAS pathway alterations in 92% of all cases including a high frequency of NF1 deletions
AML with CBFB–MYH11 rearrangement demonstrate RAS pathway alterations in 92% of all cases including a high frequency of NF1 deletions
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Laser-evoked potentials to noxious stimulation during hypnotic analgesia and distraction of attention suggest different brain mechanisms of pain control.
Psychological accounts of hypnosis have hypothesized that hypnosis and attention might share similar mechanisms and that hypnosis simply represents an extensive state of reduced attention. ThisExpand
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Effects of beta-adrenergic activity on T-wave amplitude.
This study addresses the hypothesis that electrocardiographic T-wave amplitude is influenced by beta-adrenergic stimulation of the heart. Beta-adrenergic activity was manipulated bothExpand
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Behavioral Versus Pharmacological Treatments for Essential Hypertension—A Needed Comparison
&NA; Comparison of mild‐to‐moderate essential hypertension patients treated for 6 weeks by antihypertensive medication versus metronome‐conditioned relaxation versus biofeedback versus a mildExpand
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Sleep‐disordered breathing in patients referred for angina evaluation—association with left ventricular dysfunction
Background: Clinical observations have linked sleep‐disordered breathing to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality, and especially to coronary artery disease.
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Form and magnitude of beta-sympathetic and parasympathetic influences on pulse transit time.
In this study, we examined autonomic influences on pulse transit time measured from the R-wave of the electrocardiogram (R-PTT). Six subjects received three doses each of isoproterenol and atropine.Expand
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Biofeedback training for cardiovascular dysfunctions.
  • T. Weiss
  • Medicine
  • The Medical clinics of North America
  • 1 July 1977
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