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Biometric studies of the ocular dimensions in eyes with narrow anterior chamber angles provide insight into the pathophysiology of pupillary block and may show which eyes are more prone to develop angle-closure glaucoma. We reviewed the records of 56 patients with occludable angles examined between 1980 and 1984. Initial biometric data obtained on the(More)
I. Abstract Stimulation was applied to both right and left hands to create simultaneous handgrasps using intramuscular percutaneous electrodes. It was controlled by myoelectric signals detected from both right and left sternocleidomastoid muscles in two persons with tetraplegia. The controller detected three levels of activation of the muscle: none, low and(More)
Optimal techniques of heart-lung preservation are yet to be defined. The aim of this study was to develop, in a canine model, a method of heart-lung preservation which would permit distant procurement of the organs. The animals were divided into 2 groups. In the experimental group (N = 6) the method of preservation consisted of cold cardioplegic arrest of(More)
BACKGROUND The amprenavir (APV) early or expanded access program was designed to provide open-label APV to patients who would potentially receive benefit beyond that expected from currently available protease inhibitors (PIs) and who were at risk of disease progression before the drug's expected time of regulatory approval. OBJECTIVE This study was(More)
Purpose. Atherosclerosis is the underlying factor leading to such cardiovascular diseases (CVD) as stroke, aneurysm, and myocardial infarction. The early detection of atherosclerotic plaques is considered to be crucial for successful prevention and/or therapeutic and dietary intervention of CVD. Current diagnostic practice, on the other hand, can only(More)
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