Structure of pudendal canal
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The tomographic Alcock–Paczynski (AP) test is a robust large-scale structure (LSS) measurement that receives little contamination… Expand We present a large-scale Bayesian inference framework to constrain cosmological parameters using galaxy redshift surveys, via an… Expand Cosmological tests based on the statistical analysis of galaxy distributions usually depend on source evolution. An exception is… Expand Pudendal canal syndrome (PCS) is treated by pudendal canal (PC) decompression. We studied the hypothesis that failure of PCD to… Expand Recent developments in galaxy surveys enable us to investigate the deep, high-redshift, universe. We quantitatively present the… Expand The anatomy of the pudendal canal (PC) was studied in 26 cadavers: 10 stillborn and 16 adults (mean age, 48.2 years). Two… Expand Pudendal artery syndrome (PAS) was studied in 10 patients with erectile dysfunction (ED). Ages ranged from 38 to 55 years. All… Expand While revising the prawns of the Penaeus group Alcock (1905) created the species acclivirostris of genus Parapenaeopsis. The… Expand The fishes reported here were all caught in a single bottom haul made by the personnel of the United States Fish and Wildlife… Expand