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BACKGROUND : Hyposchematia is a rare variant of aschematia in which patients underestimate the size of part or all of their body. The term also describes an abnormality in drawing tasks, in which patients underestimate the size of 1 side of an image and draw it too small. Little is known about the neuroanatomy of the syndrome. CASE REPORTS : We report 2(More)
Most edge detection algorithms include three main stages: smoothing, differentiation, and labeling. In this paper, we evaluate the performance of algorithms in which competitive learning is applied first to enhance edges, followed by an edge detector to locate the edges. In this way, more detailed and relatively more unbroken edges can be found as compared(More)
Hypoglycemia is the sudden decrease in serum glucose level <50mg/dL. Neurological manifestations complicating profound and prolonged hypoglycemia range from reversible focal deficits and transient encephalopathy to irreversible coma. Here, we report magnetic resonance imaging characteristics of a patient with prolonged hypoglylicemia. A 47-year-old woman(More)
BACKGROUND We aimed to investigate whether a home exercise for self-care program that consists of range of motion (ROM), stretching, and strengthening exercises could improve ROM for foot joints and plantar pressure distribution during walking in diabetic patients to prevent diabetic foot complications. METHODS Seventy-six diabetic patients were recruited(More)
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