Adie Syndrome: A syndrome characterized by a TONIC PUPIL that occurs in combination with decreased lower extremity reflexes. The affected pupil will respond more briskly to accommodation than to light (light-near dissociation) and is supersensitive to dilute pilocarpine eye drops, which induce pupillary constriction. Pathologic features include degeneration of the ciliary ganglion and postganglionic parasympathetic fibers that innervate the pupillary constrictor muscle. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p279)Tonic Pupil: A pupillary abnormality characterized by a poor pupillary light reaction, reduced accommodation, iris sector palsies, an enhanced pupillary response to near effort that results in a prolonged, "tonic" constriction, and slow pupillary redilation. This condition is associated with injury to the postganglionic parasympathetic innervation to the pupil. (From Miller et al., Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology, 4th ed, pp492-500)Tabes Dorsalis: Parenchymatous NEUROSYPHILIS marked by slowly progressive degeneration of the posterior columns, posterior roots, and ganglia of the spinal cord. The condition tends to present 15 to 20 years after the initial infection and is characterized by lightening-like pains in the lower extremities, URINARY INCONTINENCE; ATAXIA; severely impaired position and vibratory sense, abnormal gait (see GAIT DISORDERS, NEUROLOGIC), OPTIC ATROPHY; Argyll-Robertson pupils, hypotonia, hyperreflexia, and trophic joint degeneration (Charcot's Joint; see ARTHROPATHY, NEUROGENIC). (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p726)Pupil: The aperture in the iris through which light passes.Optic Neuritis: Inflammation of the optic nerve. Commonly associated conditions include autoimmune disorders such as MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, infections, and granulomatous diseases. 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(1/15) Bilateral glaucomatocyclitic crisis in a patient with Holmes Adie syndrome.

A patient with pre-existing bilateral tonic pupils presented with simultaneous bilateral glaucomatocyclitic crisis. Deep tendon reflexes were absent although they were documented to be present 6 years ago. A possibility of a progressive autonomic dysfunction in both these conditions is discussed.  (+info)

(2/15) Flaccid paraplegia: a feature of spinal cord lesions in Holmes-Adie syndrome and tabes dorsalis.

In a patient with Holmes-Adie syndrome, and in another with tabes dorsalis, a transverse cord lesion resulted in a severe, but flaccid paraplegia with absent tendon reflexes. Flexor spasms were severe in both patients, but spasticity was absent. The significance of these observations is discussed in relation to the functional and anatomical disorder in these two syndromes.  (+info)

(3/15) Ross' syndrome (tonic pupil plus).

Two cases of tonic pupil, hyporeflexia, and segmental hypohidrosis (Ross' syndrome) are reported. The relationship of this syndrome to other autonomic dysfunction is discussed. Those symptoms (emotional instability, loss of sweating, orthostatic hypotensive symptoms, and signs of bilaterality of the tonic pupil) which should alert the clinician to more extensive disease states are noted. It is suggested that these conditions may represent a continuum or spectrum of disorders with a widespread degree of severity and progression.  (+info)

(4/15) Holmes-Adie syndrome, autoimmune hepatitis and celiac disease: a case report.

A 35-year-old female patient presented with the following symptoms of Holmes-Adie syndrome: photophobia,enlargement of the left pupil unresponsive to light, Achilles areflexia. The pilocarpine test was positive. No tumor or other neurological abnormality was found. She had a 19-year history of autoimmune hepatitis. Flares up were observed following each 3 deliveries. At age of 31 she presented with diarrhea and weight loss. Abdominal tumor was detected by ultrasound. The surgically removed tumor was histologically a benign mesenteric multicystic lymphangioma.Simultaneously, celiac disease was diagnosed.Gluten-free diet resulted in a significant improvement of celiac disease,but not of autoimmune hepatitis. Autonomic neuropathy was proven by standard cardiovascular tests. The patient was a homozygous carrier for HLA DQ2 antigen characteristic for celiac disease and heterozygous for HLA DR3 B8 frequent in autoimmune liver diseases. Our novel observation on association of Holmes-Adie syndrome with autoimmune hepatitis and celiac disease is suggestive for a common immunological background for all three entities present in a patient with mesenteric multicystic lymphangioma.  (+info)

(5/15) Ross syndrome: a rare or a misknown disorder of thermoregulation? A skin innervation study on 12 subjects.

Ross syndrome is described as a rare disorder of sweating associated with areflexia and tonic pupil. Since Ross's first description in 1958, approximately 40 cases have been described. We assessed the involvement of cutaneous innervation in 12 subjects with Ross syndrome using quantitative sensory testing, sweating assessment and immunohistochemical study of anhidrotic and hyperhidrotic skin. This evaluation was repeated over time in 4 out of 12 subjects. In addition, we enrolled four subjects with Holmes-Adie syndrome (areflexia and tonic pupil) to investigate similarities between the two conditions. We found in Ross patients a complex and progressive involvement of cutaneous sensory and autonomic innervation underlying the impairment of heat production and heat dissipation through both loss of sweating and loss of cutaneous blood flow regulation. In Holmes-Adie subjects we found a mild impairment of sweating without thermoregulatory problems. The persistence of a sudomotor vasoactive intestinal peptide-immunoreactive (VIP-ir) innervation, although deranged and poor, definitely differentiated Holmes-Adie from Ross patients. Ross syndrome is a progressive and complex disorder of thermoregulation difficult to differentiate from the probably pathogenetically related Holmes-Adie syndrome. Sweating assessment and skin biopsy are suitable tools to define a boundary between them. Owing to the large number of Ross patients observed in only 5 years, and to the long and complex medical history of most of them, doubts arise on the effective rarity of this condition, and we warn family doctors and other specialists, besides neurologists, to become aware of this complex disorder.  (+info)

(6/15) Bilateral tonic pupils: Holmes Adie syndrome or generalised neuropathy?

AIM: To compare the pupil signs in patients with bilateral pupillotonia caused by Holmes-Adie syndrome or generalised peripheral neuropathy. METHODS: Infrared video pupillographic techniques were used to measure a number of pupil variables in patients with Holmes-Adie syndrome, generalised neuropathy (various aetiologies) and healthy age-matched control subjects. RESULTS: Regardless of aetiology, the patients generally had pupil signs typical of pupillotonia (small dark diameters, large light diameters, tonic near responses, attenuated light responses with light-near dissociation, and sector palsy). However, significant differences were found in the prevalence and magnitude of several pupil variables in the two patient groups. In particular, sector palsy and anisocoria exceeding 1 mm (in the light) were seen much more commonly in Holmes-Adie patients than patients with generalised neuropathy. The presence of both these pupil signs can be used to distinguish between these diagnoses with a sensitivity of 58% and a specificity of 90%. CONCLUSIONS: The tonic pupils of patients with Holmes-Adie syndrome are significantly different to those found in patients with generalised neuropathy; recognition of these differences may allow distinction between these diagnoses.  (+info)

(7/15) Anisocoria in liver recipients during the perioperative period: Two case reports.

Two cases of anisocoria that occurred just after the induction of general anesthesia for living donor liver transplantation are reported. Space-occupying lesions were not observed in brain computed tomography. Mydriasis was temporary in both cases, suggesting that the anisocoria was most likely related to Adie syndrome.  (+info)

(8/15) Pure sensory neuropathy in patients with primary Sjogren's syndrome: clinical, immunological, and electromyographic findings.

A pure sensory neuropathy caused by lymphocytic infiltration of the dorsal root ganglia has been reported in a few patients with Sjogren's syndrome. The clinical, immunological, and electromyographic findings of five patients with this type of neuropathy and primary Sjogren's syndrome were reviewed. Typical clinical indications were the presence of a chronic asymmetrical sensory deficit, initial disease in the hands with a predominant loss of the vibratory and joint position senses, and an association with Adie's pupil syndrome or trigeminal sensory neuropathy. The simultaneous impairment of the central and peripheral evoked cortical potentials suggested that there was a lesion of the neuronal cell body. The neuropathy preceded the diagnosis of Sjogren's syndrome in four patients. Four patients were positive for Ro antibodies, but systemic vasculitis or malignancy was not found after a mean follow up of six years. These findings indicate that in patients with a sensory neuropathy the diagnosis of Sjogren's syndrome has to be considered, even if the patient denies the presence of sicca symptoms, and that appropriate tests must be carried out.  (+info)

*  Adie syndrome
Ross' syndrome Ciliary ganglion National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. "Holmes-Adie syndrome Information Page ... Adie syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by a tonically dilated pupil that reacts slowly to light but shows a ... Adie's syndrome is not life-threatening or disabling. As such, there is no mortality rate relating to the condition; however, ... Adie syndrome presents with three hallmark symptoms, namely at least one abnormally dilated pupil (mydriasis) which does not ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Neurological Disorders: Autonomic Nervous System: Adie Syndrome
Adie Syndrome is a rare neurological disorder affecting the pupil of the eye. ... Health Conditions and Diseases Neurological Disorders Autonomic Nervous System Adie Syndrome 3 ... Adie Syndrome is a rare neurological disorder affecting the pupil of the eye. ... Information and joining instructions for an email support group for Adie syndrome. ...
*  Muscle tone
Tonicity aberrations are associated with many diseases of the eye (e.g. Adie syndrome).[citation needed] Cramps Normally, ...
*  Ciliary ganglion
A variant of Adie syndrome, Ross syndrome, affects sweating as well. Early in the course of Adie syndrome (when the cells of ... Adie syndrome is tonic pupil plus absent deep tendon reflexes. Adie syndrome is a fairly common, benign, idiopathic neuropathy ... The constriction will be abnormal ("tonic"). Late in the course of Adie syndrome, the pupil becomes small (as all pupils do ... Thompson, HS (1977). "Adie's syndrome: some new observations". Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society. 75: 587- ...
*  Ross' syndrome
... consists of Adie's syndrome (myotonic pupils and absent deep tendon reflexes) plus segmental anhidrosis ( ... Yaşar S, Aslan C, Serdar ZA, Demirci GT, Tutkavul K, Babalik D (April 2010). "Ross syndrome: Unilateral hyperhidrosis, Adie's ... Ross AT (November 1958). "Progressive selective sudomotor denervation; a case with coexisting Adie's syndrome". Neurology. 8 ( ... two additional cases of Ross syndrome and review of the literature". J. Neurol. 239 (4): 231-4. doi:10.1007/BF00839146. PMID ...
*  Anisocoria
It may be associated with loss of deep tendon reflex (Adie's syndrome). Tonic pupil is characterized by delayed dilation of ... is the abnormal pupil and suggests Horner's syndrome or mechanical anisocoria. In Horner's syndrome sympathetic nerve fibers ... This may suggest Adie tonic pupil, pharmacologic dilation, oculomotor nerve palsy, or damaged iris. A relative afferent ... Adie tonic pupil: Tonic pupil is usually an isolated benign entity, presenting in young women. ...
*  Cycloplegia
Adie syndrome Anisocoria Marcus Gunn pupil Miosis Parinaud's syndrome Syphilis "cycloplegia" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary. ...
*  Argyll Robertson pupil
Adie's tonic pupil is usually associated with a benign peripheral neuropathy (Adie syndrome), not with syphilis. When ... A third cause of light-near dissociation is Parinaud syndrome, also called dorsal midbrain syndrome. This uncommon syndrome ... The near response in tonic pupils is slow and prolonged Adie syndrome Anisocoria Cycloplegia Marcus Gunn pupil Miosis ... Adie's pupil is caused by damage to peripheral pathways to the pupil (parasympathetic neurons in the ciliary ganglion that ...
*  Marcus Gunn pupil
Argyll Robertson pupil Adie syndrome Anisocoria Cycloplegia Miosis Parinaud's syndrome Syphilis Pupillary light reflex " ...
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*  William John Adie
... was a British physician and neurologist known for describing the Adie syndrome and narcolepsy. William Adie was born in Geelong ... William John Adie at Who Named It Obituary of William John Adie. Br Med J. 1935 March 23;1(3872):624-5 Barry G. Firkin, Judith ... Adie WJ, Critchley M. Forced grapsing and groping. Brain 1927;50:142-70. Adie WJ. Idiopathic narcolepsy: a disease sui generis ... In 1932 Adie was one of the founders of the Association of British Neurologists, which was formed at a meeting on 28 July at ...
*  MacDonald Critchley
Adie-Critchley syndrome: A syndrome of forced grasping and groping. Klein-Levine- Critchley syndrome: A syndrome of ... London, Edward Arnold, 1953 The Enigma of Gertsmann's Syndrome. Oxford, Brain, 1966 Music and the Brain: Studies in the ... hypersoomnia and hyperphagia Levine-Critchley syndrome: Acanthocytosis Neuroacanthocytosis with neurologic disorders detailed ...
*  Constriction ring syndrome
... thumb Adams-Oliver syndrome ADAM complex ADAM Complex; CRS is sometimes mislabeled as ADAM complex. ADAM is an abbreviation for ... Because of these other anomalies the names "Constriction Ring Syndrome", "Constriction Band Syndrome" and "Streeter Bands" are ... Constriction ring syndrome (CRS) is a congenital disorder with unknown cause. Because of the unknown cause there are many ... The constriction ring syndrome is a complex collection of asymmetric congenital anomalies, in which no two cases are exactly ...
*  Ankle jerk reflex
Lumbosacral plexus disorder Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Cauda equina syndrome Lumbar radiculopathy Holmes-Adie syndrome ... Lumbar herniated disk syndrome Lumbar spinal stenosis Endocrine disorders Hypothyroidism Sciatic neuropathy ...
*  List of syndromes
... retroviral syndrome Adams-Nance syndrome Adams-Oliver syndrome Adams-Stokes syndrome Adducted thumb syndrome Adie syndrome ... syndrome Wende-Bauckus syndrome Werner syndrome Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome West syndrome Westerhof syndrome Wet lung syndrome ... syndrome Hero syndrome Heyde's syndrome High-rise syndrome HIV/AIDS Holiday heart syndrome Holt-Oram syndrome Hopkins syndrome ... syndrome Shone's syndrome Short anagen syndrome Short bowel syndrome short limb syndrome Short man syndrome Short QT syndrome ...
*  List of neurological conditions and disorders
... atactica polyneuritiformis Herpes zoster oticus Herpes zoster Hirayama syndrome Hirschsprung's disease Holmes-Adie syndrome ... 15 Joubert syndrome Karak syndrome Kearns-Sayre syndrome Kinsbourne syndrome Kleine-Levin syndrome Klippel Feil syndrome Krabbe ... ataxia Fibromyalgia Foville's syndrome Fetal alcohol syndrome Fragile X syndrome Fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome ... Shaken baby syndrome Shingles Shy-Drager syndrome Sjögren's syndrome Sleep apnea Sleeping sickness Snatiation Sotos syndrome ...
*  List of diseases (A)
... unilateral dominant ADAM complex Adams-Nance syndrome Adams-Oliver syndrome Addison's disease Adducted thumb club foot syndrome ... syndrome Aarskog-Ose-Pande syndrome Aarskog syndrome Aase-Smith syndrome Anti amnistic syndrome Aase syndrome ABCD syndrome ... syndrome Akesson syndrome Aksu-Stckhausen syndrome Al Awadi Teebi Farag syndrome Al Frayh Facharzt Haque syndrome Al Gazali Al ... Alien hand syndrome Alkaptonuria Allain-Babin-Demarquez syndrome Allan-Herndon-Dudley syndrome Allanson-Pantzar-McLeod syndrome ...
*  Scleral buckle
A link between scleral buckles and Adie syndrome may exist Results from two randomized controlled trials of 216 patients ...
*  Miosis
Organophosphates Pupillary light reflex Adie syndrome Argyll Robertson pupil Cycloplegia Marcus Gunn pupil Parinaud's syndrome ... Image senile miosis (a reduction in the size of a person's pupil in old age) Horner's syndrome Hemorrhage into pons ( ...
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*  List of MeSH codes (C11)
... horner syndrome MeSH C11.710.570 --- mydriasis MeSH C11.710.800 --- tonic pupil MeSH C11.710.800.180 --- adie syndrome MeSH ... adie syndrome MeSH C11.590.472 --- ophthalmoplegia MeSH C11.590.472.250 --- ophthalmoplegia, chronic progressive external MeSH ... dry eye syndromes MeSH C11.496.260.394 --- keratoconjunctivitis sicca MeSH C11.496.260.719 --- sjogren's syndrome MeSH C11.496. ... duane retraction syndrome MeSH C11.590.312 --- miller fisher syndrome MeSH C11.590.400 --- nystagmus, pathologic MeSH C11.590. ...
*  Tadpole pupil
Some patients who demonstrate tadpole pupil symptoms also experienced Horner's syndrome or Adie's tonic pupil Tadpole pupil ... A test for Horner Syndrome is highly recommended to all the patients who have a history of tadpole pupil episodes because ...
*  Amniotic band constriction
... (also known as "amniotic band syndrome", "ADAM complex", "Amniotic band sequence", "Congenital ... Amniotic band syndrome is often difficult to detect before birth as the individual strands are small and hard to see on ... Amniotic band syndrome is considered an accidental event and it does not appear to be genetic or hereditary, so the likelihood ... Amniotic Band Syndrome Diagnosis and Treatment at SSM Health St. Louis Fetal Care Institute -Indian ABS Awareness ...
*  List of cutaneous conditions
Turner syndrome Ulnar-mammary syndrome Van Der Woude syndrome Von Hippel-Lindau syndrome Watson syndrome Werner syndrome (adult ... ADAM complex, amniotic band sequence, congenital constriction bands, pseudoainhum) Aplasia cutis congenita (cutis aplasia, ... Freeman-Sheldon syndrome, Windmill-Vane-Hand syndrome) Wilson-Turner syndrome Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome (4p- syndrome) X-linked ... Rombo syndrome Rothmund-Thomson syndrome (poikiloderma congenitale) Rud syndrome Say syndrome Scalp-ear-nipple syndrome (Finlay ...
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Staple, Arthur (April 4, 2016). "Adam Pelech could help Isles after comeback from thoracic outlet syndrome". Newsday. Retrieved ... Adam is the brother of Matt Pelech. He is the nephew of NHL hockey player, Mike Gillis. "Adam Pelech hockey statistics and ... Adam Pelech (born August 16, 1994) is a Canadian ice hockey defenceman, currently playing for the New York Islanders of the ... and upon his return his prior diagnosis of thoracic outlet syndrome was publicly announced. His treatment for this condition ...
*  Congenital mirror movement disorder
... syndrome Alien hand syndrome Obsessive compulsive disorder Schizophrenia Congenital hemiplegia Moebius syndrome Seckel syndrome ... Méneret, Aurélie; Trouillard, Oriane; Depienne, Christel; Roze, Emmanuel (1993). Adam, Margaret P.; Ardinger, Holly H.; Pagon, ... Movement disorders Chiari malformation Klippel-Feil Syndrome Dystonia Cerebral palsy Parkinson's disease Epilepsies Amyotrophic ... Wildervanck syndrome Reference, Genetics Home. "congenital mirror movement disorder". Genetics Home Reference. Retrieved 2017- ...
Adie syndrome, sometimes called the Holmes-Adie syndrome, is a neurologic disorder in where the ability of the pupil to constrict is impaired, usually in one eye
Looking for online definition of Adie pupil in the Medical Dictionary? Adie pupil explanation free. What is Adie pupil? Meaning of Adie pupil medical term. What does Adie pupil mean?
... is a neurological disorder of the eyes. The pupil of the eye and the automatic nervous system gets affected by the disease. In Holmes-Adie Syndrome, the pupil of the affected eye is larger than the unaffected eye. The affected pupil constricts slowly when exposed to bright light.
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Rebekah Sturdey, 56, dug a hole under the garden feature to conceal Geoffrey Sturdey, 60, after he died suddenly, a court heard.. The widow was helped by three friends - Boqer-Ore Adie, 43, her daughter Hazel, 20, and her 25-year-old stepdaughter Karmel Adie - who all lived in a religious community on the couples remote farm.. The Department for Work and Pensions became suspicious in 2012 after tens of thousands of pounds in disability allowance and pension credits were paid to Mr Sturdey despite his not having been seen for four years.. Iranian-born Mrs Sturdey told investigators that he had gone on a touring holiday around Europe - but checks revealed he had no valid passport.. An aerial and land search was launched by a forensic team and his body was discovered on the farm near Tregaron, West Wales.. South African-born Boqer-Ore Adie was a registered carer and was also paid in excess of £19,000 in income support and carers allowance for looking after the already deceased Mr Sturdey, ...
Glaucomatocyclitic crisis is a condition with self-limited recurrent episodes of markedly elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) with mild idiopathic anterior chamber inflammation. It is most often classified as secondary inflammatory glaucoma.
3 pages pp. 928-930 IN: British Medical Journal, vol. 1, May 30, 1931. Tall 4to, modern wrappers. London, 1931. First Edition. Whole week offered entire. Adies syndrome. GM 4611. Binding: Pamphlet Language: English
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OBJECTIVES: Functional reorganisation of the motor or sensory cortex has been demonstrated in animals after section of mixed peripheral nerves. Here functional changes in the motor cortex specifically after peripheral motor denervation in humans are investigated. METHODS: Functional MRI (fMRI) was used to study brain activation during a finger flexion-extension task in patients with a late onset, acquired pure motor neuropathy (n=6), contrasting results with those from patients with pure sensory neuropathies (n=4) or healthy controls (n=7). RESULTS: Increases in the extent of activation in the motor cortex both ipsilateral and contralateral to the hand moved were found in the patients with motor neuropathy. The neuroanatomical localisation of the mixed contralateral sensorimotor cortex activation volume was more posterior for the patients with motor neuropathy than for the healthy controls (mean difference, 12 mm, p|0.05). The pure sensory neuropathy group by contrast showed no change in the extent of
Mr Adie Cleaver, Managing Director of Cleaver Scientific commented "Ebola haemorrhagic fevers are difficult to diagnose because early signs and symptoms resemble those of other diseases, such as typhoid and malaria. If doctors suspect you have an Ebola infection, they can use Serum protein electrophoresis (SPEP) and ELISA or PCR blood tests to quickly identify the virus". He added "Ebola testing has to be carried out by specialists. Samples from patients are an extreme biohazard risk and laboratory testing is conducted under maximum biological containment conditions in centres such as Porton Down with full facilities for infection control ...
Hello! This week, I have for you:. Face of 18th-Century Torryburn Witch Revealed in Digital Reconstruction - In 1704, an old woman named Lillias Adie was accused of causing one of her neighbors to fall ill. When she was brought before the authorities, she confessed to being a witch with a series of confusing, nonsensical tales about unearthly lights and dancing in the forest. She accused many others of witchcraft as well, before dying in prison.. 45 Scary Mythical Creatures from Around the World - Im a bit surprised there arent more Unseelie fae pictured here. Then again, you could basically make an entire poster of just them. Its a wonder any Irish people ever survived to adulthood.. Noel Gallagher calls scissors-playing bandmate the "greatest thing" hes ever seen - "Noel has said of his scissors-playing bandmate: Shes French and shes eccentric to say the least. I said to her, can you play the tambourine?, She said, I cannot play the tambourine. I said, Oh right. Shaker? Non. I ...
Nolan RM, Adie SG, Marjanovic M, Chaney EJ, Shemonski ND, Monroy GL, South FA, Erickson-Bhatt SJ, Shelton RL, Bower AJ, Simpson DG, Ray PS, Cradock KA, Brockenbrough J, Liu ZG, McCormick DT, Putney J, Darga D, Cittadine A, Boppart SA. Assessment of metastatic disease in human lymph nodes via intraoperative optical coherence tomography. SPIE Photonics West BIOS, San Francisco, CA, February 1-6, 2014 ...
Overexpression of G protein-coupled receptors enhances basal receptor activity, thus facilitating the assessment of the nature of the interaction of a ligand with its receptor-linked signal transduction pathway (Adie and Milligan, 1994; Barker et al., 1994;Chidiac et al., 1994; Bond et al., 1995; Barr and Manning, 1997). In the present experiments, the introduction of D1Adopamine receptors into PC2 cells, which ordinarily do not express this receptor, resulted in increased agonist-independent constitutive adenylyl cyclase activity. In this system, adenylyl cyclase activity was enhanced by receptor stimulation with dopamine and was inhibited, in a receptor-specific manner, by several dopaminergic antagonists, including (+)-butaclamol, chlorpromazine, clozapine, fluphenazine,cis-flupenthixol, and haloperidol. The D1A dopamine receptor-dependent constitutive adenylyl cyclase activity was, however, not affected by other dopaminergic antagonists such as the selective D1dopamine receptor antagonist ...
British ISM activist and eyewitness Adie Mormech stated: "We were standing next to a gathering of young men behind a large rock, most of whom were chanting and waving flags, about 50 metres from the border fence. Although some of the men were throwing stones from the ground, we didnt see any reach the fence, let alone go over it. Suddenly to our left, in front of the rock where 10 people had gathered about 30 metres from the fence, there was a single shot without any warning, and a young man was carried away. I could see the bullet had blown apart a large section of the top his leg, with a large amount of blood. He was carried about 100m with blood pouring down his leg before a waiting ambulance drove him away ...
Foliation was a term used to describe the fissures of metamorphic schists. Darwin differed from most geologists of his day in maintaining that the fissures were not the constituent parts of each layer…separately deposited as sediment, and then metamorphosed. (South America, p. 165) Instead Darwin maintained that in most cases foliation and cleavage are parts of the same process: in cleavage there being only an incipient separation of the constituent minerals; in foliation a much more complete separation and crystallization (South America, p. 166. See ibid. p. 167-8.) 2 Alexander James Adie (1775-1858), optician and instrument maker.. 3 Robert Chambers (1802-1871), Edinburgh publisher, writer and geologist. He was the anonymous author of Vestiges of the natural history of creation (1844).. [page] 162. they were procured being known, it is highly necessary that every specimen should be ticketed on the same day when collected. If this be not done, in after years the collector will never feel ...
Marjanovic, M., Nolan, R. M., Erickson-Bhatt, S. J., Adie, S. G., Chaney, E. J., South, F. A., Monroy, G. L., Shemonski, N. D., Shelton, R. L., Bower, A. J., Simpson, D. G., Ray, P. S., Cradock, K. A., Liu, Z. G. & Boppart, S. A. Apr 18 2016 Clinical and Translational Biophotonics, Translational 2016. OSA - The Optical Society. Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution ...
Adie, E. A. and Adams, R. R. and Evans, K. L. and Porteous, D. J. and Pickard, B. S. (2006) SUSPECTS : enabling fast and effective prioritization of positional candidates. Bioinformatics, 22 (6). pp. 773-774. ISSN 1367-4803 Alshehhi, Suaad and McCallum, Nicola A. and Haddrill, Penelope R. (2017) Quantification of RNA degradation of blood-specific markers to indicate the age of bloodstains. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, 6. e453-e455. ISSN 1875-1768 Bergman, Casey M. and Haddrill, Penelope R (2015) Strain-specific and pooled genome sequences for populations of Drosophila melanogaster from three continents. F1000Research, 4 (31). Boonseub, Sansook and Tobe, Shanan S. and Linacre, Adrian M.T. (2009) The use of mitochondrial DNA genes to identify closely related avian species. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, 2 (1). pp. 275-277. ISSN 1875-1768 Campos, Jose L and Zeng, Kai and Parker, Darren J and Charlesworth, Brian and Haddrill, Penelope R ...
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Neuroblastoma x glioma hybrid NG108-15 cells endogenously express at least three receptors which activate adenylate cyclase via the intermediacy of the stimulatory G-protein, Gs. Sustained exposure of the cells to agonists at the IP prostanoid receptor results in a substantial decrease in cellular levels of the alpha-subunit of Gs (Gs alpha) [McKenzie and Milligan (1990) J. Biol. Chem. 265, 17084-17093; Adie, Mullaney, McKenzie and Milligan (1992) Biochem J. 285, 529-536]. By contrast, equivalent treatments of the cells with agonists at either the A2 adenosine receptor or the secretin receptor have no measurable effect on cellular amounts of Gs alpha. To examine whether this is a feature specific to the IP prostanoid receptor or is related to the level of expression of the individual receptors, NG108-15 cells were transfected with a construct containing a human beta 2-adrenoceptor cDNA under the control of the beta-actin promoter. Two clones of these cells were examined in detail, beta N22, ...
Environmental and heritable factors in the causation of cancer. The genetic epidemiology of cancer: Interpreting family and twin studies Week 4, Stat 246, 2002. Background to and discussion of: Slideshow 1294190 by adie
indicates lab trainees. *Peragine DE, *Pokarowski M, Mendoza-Viveros L, Swift-Gallant A, Cheng H-YM, Bentley GE, Holmes MM. 2017. RFamide-related peptide-3 (RFRP-3) suppresses sexual maturation in a eusocial mammal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 114(5): 1207-1212. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1616913114.. Park KK, Luo X, *Mooney SJ, Yungher BJ, Belin S, Wang C, Holmes MM, He Z. 2017. Retinal ganglion cell survival and axon regeneration after optic nerve injury in naked mole-rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 525(2): 380-388.. Mosley M, Shah C, Morse KA, Miloro SA, Holmes MM, Ahern TH, Forger NG. 2017. Patterns of cell death in the perinatal mouse forebrain. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 525(1): 47-64. Holmes MM. 2016. Social control of adult neurogenesis: A comparative approach. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, pii: S0091-3022(16)30005-X. doi: 10.1016/j.yfrne.2016.02.001.. *Peragine DE, *Yousuf Y, *Fu Y, Swift-Gallant A, *Ginzberg K, Holmes MM. 2016. Contrasting effects of ...
Santonio Holmes wasnt concerned with personal growth or epiphanies during his league-mandated four-week suspension for violating the NFLs substance abuse policy. He was more focused on keeping himself in shape so that he could make a seamless transition upon his return.. Mission accomplished.. Holmes returned to practice for the first time Wednesday, looking every bit like the former Super Bowl MVP the Jets traded in the offseason.. "He looks sharp," Rex Ryan said. "He looks like he hasnt missed a beat.". The Jets will throw Holmes into the fire on Monday night against the Vikings. The plan is to rotate Holmes, Braylon Edwards and Jerricho Cotchery in two-wide receiver formations. Of course, offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will use all three wideouts in certain packages.. "I trust (Schottenheimer) enough that hes going to put me in the right place and allow me to make plays for this team," Holmes said.. ...
A relative afferent pupillary defect (RAPD) also known as a Marcus Gunn pupil does not cause anisocoria. Some of the causes of anisocoria are life-threatening, including Horners syndrome (which may be due to carotid dissection) and oculomotor nerve palsy (due to a brain aneurysm, uncal herniation, or head trauma). If the examiner is unsure whether the abnormal pupil is the constricted or dilated one, and if a one-sided ptosis is present then the abnormally sized pupil can be presumed to be the one on the side of the ptosis. This is due to the fact that Horners syndrome and oculomotor nerve lesions both cause ptosis. Anisocoria is usually a benign finding, unaccompanied by other symptoms (physiological anisocoria). Old face photographs of patients often help to diagnose and establish the type of anisocoria. It should be considered an emergency if a patient develops acute onset anisocoria. These cases may be due to brain mass lesions which cause oculomotor nerve palsy. Anisocoria in the presence ...
The Clintons have left a trail of death and destruction in thier wake. This is who weve lost and why they were targetted.. Here is the latest body count that we have. All of these people have been connected with the Clintons in some form or another. We have not included any deaths that could not be verified or connected to the Clinton scandals. All deaths are listed chronologically by date.. Susan Coleman: Rumors were circulating in Arkansas of an affair with Bill Clinton. She was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head at 7 1/2 months pregnant. Death was an apparent suicide.. Larry Guerrin: Was killed in February 1987 while investigating the INSLAW case.. Kevin Ives & Don Henry: Initial cause of death was reported to be the result of falling asleep on a railroad track in Arkansas on August 23, 1987. This ruling was reported by the State medical examiner Fahmy Malak. Later it was determined that Kevin died from a crushed skull prior to being placed on the tracks. Don had been stabbed in the ...
Add Biohazard vocalist/guitarist Billy Graziadei to the large list of guests involved with Body Counts forthcoming new album, "Bloodlust". Graziadei has revealed in the below tweet that he helped co-write a new track from the effort. Other guest writers involved with the album include members of Sevendust and Doc Coyle of Vagus Nerve.. Guest turns from Megadeths Dave Mustaine, Lamb Of Gods Randy Blythe and Soulflys Max Cavalera will also be featured. "Bloodlust" will be released on March 31st via Century Media. For more details, head here.. ...
Immature: ,15,000/mcL. Indeterminate: 15,000-50,000/mcL. Mature: ,50,000/mcL. Cutoffs are based on consensus protocol (Neerhof M, Dohnal JC, Ashwood ER, et al: Lamellar body counts: a consensus on protocol. Obstet Gynecol 2001;97:318-320). ...
AIM: To reassess the cut-off value for lamellar body counts (LBs) for fetal lung maturity (FLM) over a 10-year study period. PATIENTS AND METHODS: 178 pregnancies were selected under strict inclusion criteria and delivered within 48 h from amniocente
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I was on the train, and listening to Diana Ross & Lionel Richie sing "Endless Love". And then as we stopped at a station, a trendy guy boarded the train and sat down on my right, and a pretty girl sat to my left, and I turned my music down a little. Some part of me didnt want the strangers to hear what I was listening to. What the hell is that? Im turning down part of who I am. And for what? In school youre meant to conform and fit in. A lot of us rebel against it, but we still conform sometimes. Its easier to rebel using Marilyn Manson and Slipknot, because it has attitude, you can conform to something else.. But people shut out the fact they like Lionel Richie and Phil Collins. What the fuck?. I know that these two strangers on the train dont care about me and cant hear my music. But I turned it down. Am I turning down the part of me that likes that music? Or am I turning down the part of me that has endless love in it?. Lets take it to a crazy level.. Lets say the girl sitting next to ...
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Susan P. Holmes is a statistician and professor at Stanford University. She is noted for her work in applying nonparametric multivariate statistics, bootstrapping methods, and data visualization to biology. She received her PhD in 1985 from Université Montpellier II. She served as a tenured research scientist at INRA for ten years. She then taught at MIT, Harvard and was an Associate Professor of Biometry at Cornell before moving to Stanford in 1998. She is married to fellow Stanford professor Persi Diaconis. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. "Susan Holmes". Stanford Medicine Profiles. Retrieved 15 July 2017. Kubota, Taylor (7 November 2016). "Q&A with Stanford statistics Professor Susan Holmes: Statistics in the era of big data". Stanford News. Retrieved 15 July 2017. Hayes, David F.; Shubin, Tatiana; Alexanderson, Gerald L.; Ross, Peter, eds. (2004). Mathematical adventures for students and amateurs. Washington, DC: Mathematical Association of America. p. 282. ISBN ...
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting trial rested Friday, concluding their argument that James Holmes methodically planned and executed the 2012 massacre in a case that relied heavily - over defense objections - on victims recollections of the carnage he inflicted inside the darkened cinema. Over the past eight weeks, prosecutors weaved the testimony of experts and psychiatrists with the personal stories of survivors to try to convince jurors that Holmes was sane when he opened fire on a midnight showing of the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. The former neuroscience student killed 12 people and wounded 70. Holmes, 27, is charged with multiple counts of murder and attempted murder for opening fire inside a packed midnight premiere of the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises at a Denver-area multiplex in July 2012, also wounding 70 people.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting trial rested Friday, concluding their argument that James Holmes methodically planned and executed the 2012 massacre in a case that relied heavily - over defense objections - on victims recollections of the carnage he inflicted inside the darkened cinema. Over the past eight weeks, prosecutors weaved the testimony of experts and psychiatrists with the personal stories of survivors to try to convince jurors that Holmes was sane when he opened fire on a midnight showing of the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. The former neuroscience student killed 12 people and wounded 70. Holmes, 27, is charged with multiple counts of murder and attempted murder for opening fire inside a packed midnight premiere of the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises at a Denver-area multiplex in July 2012, also wounding 70 people.
The UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health is pleased to announce that George "Mark" Holmes, PhD, has been appointed as the new director of the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, one of the oldest and largest academic health services research centers in the United States.. "With his record of distinguished research, demonstrated leadership and keen insight into public policy, I am pleased to name Dr. Holmes to lead the Sheps Center," said Terry Magnuson, vice chancellor for research at UNC. "The Sheps Center has provided university-based research and health services for nearly half a century, and Mark is well positioned to advance the centers long tradition of service to the state.". Holmes is an associate professor and associate chair for research in the Department of Health Policy and Management in the Gillings School. He has served with the Sheps Center since 1997, beginning as a graduate research assistant and, most recently, acting as the director of the North ...
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Suri Cruise: Shoe Shopping with Katie Holmes! Katie Holmes and her daughter, Suri, go shopping on Sunday (January 9) at Holt Renfrew in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The 32-year-old actress and her…
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A light and electron microscopic study was conducted on dorsal fin tissues adjacent to acute fin erosion lesions in winter flounder from 2 polluted sites (New York Bight region and New Haven Harbor) on the northeast Atlantic Coast. The objective of this work was to evaluate these minimally affected, lesion-associated tissues which may precede the acute or severe stages of the disease. The following 4 types of pathological conditions were found in the epidermis of diseased fish from the 2 polluted sites: (1) epithelial cell hyperplasia; (2) mucous cell hyperplasia and hypertrophy; (3) spongiosis; and (4) focal necrosis. The latter 2 types of lesions have not been previously reported for fin erosion in this species. Changes in the dermis associated with these lesions included fibrosis, abnormal distribution of melanocytes, hyperemia and sclerosis of blood vessels, and hemorrhage. The possibility that hypoxia may play a role in the observed pathology is considered.
Dr. Joel E. Arem, PhD, FGA has completed a new research paper entitled "Obervations On The Occurrence Of Plagioclase Feldspars (PDF)"; please read this scientifically sound report and make your own conclusions.. As a group, feldspars are the most abundant minerals on planet Earth. Yet despite mineralogical superabundance and gargantuan crystal size, transparent feldspar gems (with a few notable exceptions) are usually tiny and extremely rare. The vast majority of ornamental feldspars are opaque or translucent, white, gray or a very pale hue, and often display a "phenomenon", such as iridescence or some other type of color effect. These materials, including moonstone and sunstone, have been prized as gems for centuries. Several, including labradorite and amazonite, are widely used in jewelry.. Question: what has prevented the gemstone world from paying as much attention to feldspars as they deserve?. Answer: Extreme rarity, small size, and lack of bright coloration has prevented the gemstone ...
The first time they met, the psychiatrist who treated Aurora theater shooter James Holmes prescribed him psychiatric drugs linked to violence and homicide, even though Holmes openly admitted he was obsessively having thoughts of killing people.. In fact, Holmes told the psychiatrist that his homicidal thoughts "were the worst they had been.". Some time after taking the psychiatric drugs, Holmes writes in a notebook that the "first appearance of mania" occurs, that he has "no fear of consequences," and that his "hatred [is] unchecked.". Holmes is currently standing trial on charges related to his killing 12 people and injuring 70 others in an attack on the Aurora Century 16 movie theater during a packed, midnight screening of the film "The Dark Knight Rises" on July 19, 2012.. Holmes was a graduate student in the neuroscience program at the University of Colorado when he contacted the Student Mental Health Center for help with his obsessive thoughts of killing people and his anxiety in social ...
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Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (March 8, 1841 - March 6, 1935) was an American jurist who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1902 to 1932, and as Acting Chief Justice of the United States January-February 1930. Noted for his long service, his concise and pithy opinions and his deference to the decisions of elected legislatures, he is one of the most widely cited United States Supreme Court justices in history, particularly for his clear and present danger opinion for a unanimous Court in the 1919 case of Schenck v. United States, and is one of the most influential American common law judges, honored during his lifetime in Great Britain as well as the United States. Holmes retired from the Court at the age of 90 years, 309 days, making him the oldest Justice in the Supreme Courts history. He also served as an Associate Justice and as Chief Justice on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and was Weld Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School, of ...
Dyer Brainerd Holmes, director of manned space flight for NASA when Americans were making their early forays into space in the early 1960s, has died. Mr. Holmess stepson, Pierce Ledbetter, said Mr. Holmes died at Baptist Memorial Hospital East in Memphis on Friday at age 91. He died from complications from pneumonia, Ledbetter said.
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Episode Eight Mr. Holmes:. Caleb Jacobson adored his grade seven science teacher, Mr. Holmes. Caleb liked Jeffrey Holmes so much that he volunteered to help his teacher clean up and organize the science lab after school three times per week. Mr. Holmes was old, very old to a thirteen year- old boy. The junior high science teacher was a thin built widower who had suffered from almost unbearable pain from his arthritis and comorbid fibromyalgia for over ten years now. The only thing that made his life bearable now was medical marijuana.. Jeffery Holmes stumbled upon the efficacy of marijuana for pain management by way of his neighbours son Jordan, or Jordy as his friends referred to him. Jeff was just returning from a boys night out at The St. Vital Hotel. While enjoying shooting the breeze with his friends Jeffrey managed to put away a few brews. Feeling a little happy, Jeff heard a loud party going on in Jordys back yard and leaned over the fence to investigate what all the excitement was ...
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Long-term treatment of psoriasis, with phototherapy or drugs, needs critical evaluation in children. Hence, a thorough understanding of the disease in all its aspects will certainly help manage childhood psoriasis better. We offer real benefits to our authors, including fast-track processing of papers. Editor who approved publication: Professor Laurens Holmes, Jr. Risk of adverse events with bevacizumab addition to therapy in advanced non-small-cell lung cancer: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Why a winter psoriasis flare-up needs psychological consideration as well as ointments. Coughs, colds and flu present a particular hazard for people with psoriasis because a viral or bacterial infection can trigger an acute skin flare-up, which can take weeks or even months to bring under control. Found with genes that control human immune response, discovery could lead to safer and more effective psoriasis treatments. Its discovery could lead to new, more effective treatments for ...
Research Areas Slender structures are ubiquitous. Commonly described by rods, plates, and shells, these thin structures are embodied by carbon nanotubes, air plane wings, blood vessels, spider silk, contact lenses, and human hair. The mechanics of these thin objects are fascinating because geometric nonlinearities will arise even as the material properties remain linear - hair will curl and tangle, skin will wrinkle, and the Venus flytrap will rapidly snap its leaves closed. Professor Holmes is interested in understanding and controlling the mechanics, physics, and geometry of these thin structures, and our lab aims to harness material and structural instability for advanced functionality ...
Tom Cruise may have gotten up to some secret agent shenanigans in the Mission Impossible series, but apparently, all that time playing Ethan Hunt didnt make him an expert in monitoring the movements of his own wife. Reports are starting to circulate that Katie Holmes snuck around her husbands back for weeks, taking care of all the little things she needed to before dropping the divorce bombshell on her husband.
Colorado theater shooter James Holmes will spend the rest of his life in prison. The jurys decision that he not be executed for mass murder reflects public opinion on the death penalty for mentally ill criminals.
The frontman of the Los Angeles-based world music collective Medicine For The People returns to the Crystal Ballroom stage in support of his debut solo album, My Name Is Bear. .Nahko, 1000 Fuegos, Christina Holmes,Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR, Tue., Nov. 7, 8 p.m. 2017
Veterinary Technician : The Animals Nurse (Lvt Stephanie Holmes) at Booksamillion.com. Veterinary Technician: the Animals Nurse is an informative, one-of-a-kind book about the veterinary technology profession. This full-color, non-fiction paperback not only provides the reader with details about the veterinary nursing field but also contains real-life, first hand experiences written by veterinary technicians..
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A 19th-century French medical examiner and criminologist was even more skilled than the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. A new book recounts his biggest case, which heralded the age of forensic science.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. - A stunned silence settled over a courtroom Friday after the father of a woman killed in the Colorado theater shootings loudly cursed defendant James Holmes, prompting a sympathetic but firm warning from a judge.. Steve Hernandez, whose 32-year-old daughter Rebecca Wingo was among the dead, shouted, Rot in hell, Holmes! moments after Judge William Sylvester gave Holmes two months to enter a plea.. The outburst capped an emotional week of often gruesome testimony about the July 20 shootings and came as the nation debates gun control and struggles to find ways to stop mass shootings.. In Washington, Vice President Joe Biden met with the stepfather of one of the Aurora victims as part of a push for gun control by the White House.. In Denver, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has called for new measures to keep guns away from mentally ill and dangerous people.. Despite the procedural wrangling in the theater shooting case, there may be few options for Holmes. If, as many ...
This year s Rocky Mountain Writers Festival will run March 10 - 13 in Pocatello, with many events hosted at ISU. The Festival is a multi-day event featuring readings and other opportunities for local and regional writers to interact as a community. In recent years, with grant support, organizers have brought in award-winning visiting writers such as Jonathan Johnson, Brandon Schrand, Paisley Rekdal and Simon Ortiz. This year, Janet Holmes from Boise State University will read at the event. Holmes is Director of Ahsahta Press, a 35 year-old small press specializing in the publication of poetry. Holmes has authored five books of poetry, including The ms of my kin and F2F. She is winner of the Foreword Book of the Year award for The Green Tuxedo, which also won the Minnesota Book Award, and has received grants from the Bush Foundation, the McKnight Foundation, and the Minnesota State Arts Board. Janet Holmes will read a selection of her work on Friday, March 12t at 7 p.m. at ISU s Bengal Caf . ...
The baffling and strange behaviors of black holes have become somewhat less mysterious recently, with new observations from NASAs Explorer missions Swift and the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR. The two space telescopes caught a supermassive black hole in the midst of a giant eruption of X-ray light, helping astronomers address an ongoing puzzle: How do supermassive black holes flare?The results suggest that supermassive black holes send out beams of X-rays when their surrounding coronas -- sources of extremely energetic particles -- shoot, or launch, away from the black holes.This is the first time we have been able to link the launching of the corona to a flare, said Dan Wilkins of Saint Marys University in Halifax, Canada, lead author of a new paper on the results appearing in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. This will help us understand how supermassive black holes power some of the brightest objects in the universe ...
Unraveling animal life cycles and embryonic development is basic to understanding animal biology and often sheds light on phylogenetic relationships. A key group for understanding the evolution of the Metazoa is the early branching phylum Placozoa, which has attracted rapidly increasing attention. Despite over a hundred years of placozoan research the life cycle of this enigmatic phylum remains unknown. Placozoa are a unique model system for which the nuclear genome was published before the basic biology (i.e. life cycle and development) has been unraveled. Four organismal studies have reported the development of oocytes and one genetic study has nourished the hypothesis of sexual reproduction in natural populations at least in the past. Here we report new observations on sexual reproduction and embryonic development in the Placozoa and support the hypothesis of current sexual reproduction. The regular observation of oocytes and expressed sperm markers provide support that placozoans reproduce sexually
... is the leading international journal for rapid reporting of research on new diseases, epidemics, and methods of disease control. It covers basic and applied research, which focuses on practical aspects of disease diagnosis and treatment. Plant Disease is a continuation of USDA publications The Plant Disease Bulletin (1917-1922) and The Plant Disease Reporter (1923-1979). Monthly feature articles summarize current information on specific diseases. The popular Disease Notes section contains brief and timely reports of new diseases, new disease outbreaks, new hosts, and pertinent new observations of plant diseases and pathogens worldwide.. ...
In the present study, we described and analyzed for the first time the modulatory effect of the NTS vasopressinergic system on the tachycardia of exercise. Several new observations were made.1) Exogenous AVP administered into the NTS (mimicking increased release in this area) potentiates the HR response during acute exercise; 2) the AVP effect is long lasting and is observed in both S and T rats;3) endogenous blockade of AVP at the NTS significantly blunts the HR response during exercise, the effect being larger in T rats; and 4) exercise produces an increase in brain stem AVP content, with the greatest change noted in the dorsal brain stem of T rats. The data provide evidence for a role of NTS vasopressin V1 receptors in the genesis of exercise-induced tachycardia.. It is well known that dynamic exercise produces instantaneous but maintained cardiovascular responses, including increases in HR and cardiac output, associated with decreased venous capacitance and redistribution of blood to ...
Whichever model works the best with the closest and more studied celestial groups with the least amount of variable integers would be the best. In other words we should put all our effort into explaining something we can see well enough to discover it all. I get so angry when people throw up, well this theory cant explain this cluster, or this galaxy, or this far flung corner of space we know next to nothing about. We are still discovering massive objects close to home that change our makeup of galaxies. Magnetars are my favorite example, here is a massive object we know very little to nothing about, new observations are placing more and more mass in our universe all the time. Once we have observed enough of these types of bodies, then we can possibly accurately approximate their distribution throughout our galaxy, or others ...
New observations of one of the largest and most violent explosions in the universe have provided valuable clues for intergalactic sleuths seeking to understand the physics of Gamma Ray Bursts.. Scientists at the Liverpool John Moores University were able to begin observing the burst just 203 seconds after it had begun, thanks to the early warning given by NASAs Swift satellite.. The scientists from Liverpool John Moores University and their colleagues in the UK, Italy, France and Slovenia used the Liverpool Telescope on the island of La Palma and its new polarimeter, RINGO, to perform the measurement.. Gamma Ray Bursts are very short lived, but incredibly powerful explosions, so bright that we can see them as far back as the earliest five percent of the universes life time. It is thought that a star must collapse, or two stars must collide to produce one, so their presence is seen as good evidence of star formation. This is important because it gives us an idea of when stars began forming, and ...
In 1923, Dr. Warburg had observed that tumors acidified the Ringer solution when 13 mM glucose was added, which was identified as being due to lactate. When glucose is the only source of nutrient, it can serve for both biosynthesis and energy production. However, a series of studies revealed that the cancer cell consumes glucose for biosynthesis through fermentation, not for energy supply, under physiological conditions. Recently, a new observation was made that there is a metabolic symbiosis in which glycolytic and oxidative tumor cells mutually regulate their energy metabolism. Hypoxic cancer cells use glucose for glycolytic metabolism and release lactate which is used by oxygenated cancer cells. This study challenged the Warburg effect, because Warburg claimed that fermentation by irreversible damaging of mitochondria is a fundamental cause of cancer. However, recent studies revealed that mitochondria in cancer cell show active function of oxidative phosphorylation although TCA cycle is ...
Authors: Damadian RV, Chu D.. UPRIGHT Multi-Position MR scanning has uncovered a key set of new observations regarding Multiple Sclerosis (MS), which observations are likely to provide a new understanding of the origin of MS. The new findings may also lead to new forms of treatment for MS. The UPRIGHT MRI has demonstrated pronounced anatomic pathology of the cervical spine in five of the MS patients studied and definitive cervical pathology in the other three. The pathology was the result of prior head and neck trauma. All eight MS patients entered the study on a first come first serve basis without priority, and all but one were found to have a history of serious prior cervical trauma which resulted in significant cervical pathology. The cervical pathology was visualized by UPRIGHT MRI. Upright cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) cinematography and quantitative measurements of CSF velocity, CSF flow and CSF pressure gradients in the upright patient revealed that significant obstructions to CSF flow were ...
Thousands of members of the public across Europe have taken part in one of the largest evolutionary studies ever, by observing banded snails in their gardens and open public spaces.. More than 6,000 people in 15 European countries took part in the Open Universitys citizen science project between April and October 2009.. The project, Evolution MegaLab, is an online mass public experiment aimed at bringing Darwinian theory to life. It was launched in April 2009 to mark the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwins birth.. People were invited to report their sightings of banded snails to the MegaLab project via a website at www.evolutionmegalab.org , and they received personalised interpretations of their observations in their own language.. Supported by the Royal Society and the British Council, the project team digitised more than 8,000 historical samples from the British Isles and continental Europe. More than 7,600 new observations were made in 2009.. The aim of the research was to find out ...
Water is being blasted to pieces by a young stars laser-like jets, according to new observations from NASAs Spitzer Space Telescope. The discovery provides a better understanding of how water -- an essential ingredient for life as we know it -- is processed in emerging solar systems.
Holmes story was portrayed in the bestselling 2003 book "The Devil in the White City" by Erik Larson.. According to newspaper accounts, Holmes was marched to the gallows at Moyamensing Prison a year after he was convicted of murder in 1895.. The prison was located on 1400 South 10th Street in Philadelphia before it closed in 1963 and was demolished in 1968. Holmes body was eventually interred at Holy Cross Cemetery in Yeadon. Holmes requested his casket be encased in concrete so no one would steal his body.. An 1898 newspaper article sparked the conspiracy theory that Holmes somehow escaped death at Moyamensing and ended up in South America. On Tuesday night, the History Channel show may have put a final nail in that theorys coffin.. Watch NBC10 News at 6 p.m. to see investigative reporter George Spencer talk more about the grave excavation, the results of the DNA testing and the re-burial Wednesday of Holmes body at Holy Cross Cemetery. ...
Apparently it was just an amazing coincidence that every Communist of historical note publicly declared his atheism … .there have been twenty-eight countries in world history that can be confirmed to have been ruled by regimes with avowed atheists at the helm … These twenty-eight historical regimes have been ruled by eighty-nine atheists, of whom more than half have engaged in democidal162 acts of the sort committed by Stalin and Mao … The total body count for the ninety years between 1917 and 2007 is approximately 148 million dead at the bloody hands of fifty-two atheists, three times more than all the human beings killed by war, civil war, and individual crime in the entire twentieth century combined. The historical record of collective atheism is thus 182,716 times worse on an annual basis than Christianitys worst and most infamous misdeed, the Spanish Inquisition. It is not only Stalin and Mao who were so murderously inclined, they were merely the worst of the whole Hell-bound lot. ...
Yes quite observant are you. I use 17 words in place of 5 because when dealing with normal hard heads who are also paranoid I can usually inject a bit of common sense into their craniums but with you its a lost cause. Your worship of "authority" over actual testing and testimonials by people who have actually used such weapons i.e. the Glock show you are oblivious to any education on the subject at hand. No amount of testing, no amount of hands on experience by even people other than myself and no amount of technical info on the subject makes the slightest dent in your cranium. Authority on High aka "Glock Perfection Propagana" in your way of thinking proves "Authority" can never be wrong, never mind that they are in business to make money. I wonder if that fact ever crossed your mind in the least. Yes catering to the whims of the public does indeed make Glock money but the body count of dead corpses and broken and maimed bodies leave a bloody trail decades long.. Now lets get human and explore ...
A great air purifier will take in air in your home and filter it out so it will be redistributed as clean and healthy air. This is important given that air inside your home might be more polluted than air outside of it.. You need a quality air purifier to take care of the mold spores and smoke among other things in your home. This is a listing of the options to consider when finding the best air purifier 2017 can provide.. Green Air Classic Plus. The Classic Plus generates more ozone than other air purifiers. It can cover about 3,500 square feet of space. It uses a PCO cell and a carbon filter to keep it running while also cleaning out more air particles in many spots.. O-Ion B-1000. The B-1000 uses less energy than most comparable models. It does not require costly filters either. It uses negative ions to remove pollutants in an area. It is also quiet in its operation.. Holmes HEPA Type Desktop. The HEPA type filter on this Holmes filter takes in more pollutants than most other models. This ...
Story: The story has been communicated to its editor by Conan Doyle from the afterlife.. Doyle is called on by Matthews, whose wife Cora has become involved with a voodoo sect. Shortly after, he receives a summons to the Beefsteak Club from Arachne, who enlists Doyle to investigate a secret weapon the Germans are developing, and arrangements are made for Plumsoll, who bears a striking resemblence to William Gillette, to pursue the Matthews case in his stead. A British agent has been killed leaving only a few burned notes which, through the initials I.A. remind Doyle of an encounter with Isabelle Andros in Paris in 1891, and point Doyle towards Einstein as his first point of enquiry. From Plumsoll, Doyle learns of Coras death, and they attend her funeral, learning of the Germans mining of pitchblende in the Congo. Doyle travels to Zurich, with Plumsoll now assigned to assist him. He becomes aware that they are under surveillance on the train through France. In Zurich he learns nothing from ...
The American Carp Society has a new website and one of the featured articles is"The History of Carp (Cyprinus Carpio) in North America" The article can be found here: 4. US CARP HISTORY A Quote: "The nations leaders became alarmed that the rapidly expanding country might soon run out of a fisheries resource. In 1871, President Grant appointed a fish commission to oversee the countrys fisheries; its first task was to find a way to shore the flagging fishing stocks. Although the commission members knew the nations native fisheries were being ruined by human development, it wouldve been politically unwise to recommend that the pollution, over-fishing, wetland drainage, and logging cease. Instead, the federal government decided to find a new fish species that could replace or at least supplement those dying out. Baird wrote to Europe and received information on a variety of fish, notably the carp. He was impressed with what was being done in Europe and Asia, where carp was a cash crop rivaling ...
While spring is a time to plant beautiful flowers in your yard, it also brings pesky insects out in numbers. Because of this, a potential hazard this time of year for pets is pesticides. Before choosing a pesticide read the label to ensure it is safe for your pet, said Michael Golding, assistant professor at the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. Avoid products with bone-meal as these can be tasty to your pet, and
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I have Adies Tonic Pupil. Unfortunatily I work at a computer and/or do hand drawings all day. This is something that has come very recently into my life. I think I may have missed it if it wasnt for my job. Computer screens are very blurry/double as are the drawings I work on. I find myself constantly closing my eye. Closing your eye for 6 hours a day is hard and uncomfotable ...
Pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration is a form of neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation, characterized by a progressive movement disorder and prominent iron deposition in the globus pallidus. Formerly referred to as Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome, the disorder was renamed pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration after discovery of the causative gene, PANK2. Although the pathological features of clinically characterized Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome have been described, the literature is confounded by the historical use of this term for nearly all conditions with prominent basal ganglia iron accumulation and by the fact that this term encompasses a genetically heterogeneous group of disorders, now referred to as neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation. As a result, interpreting reports that precede molecular characterization of specific forms of neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation is problematic. In the present studies, we describe neuropathological ...
... is an autosomal recessive disorder caused by mutations in PANK2, and is characterized by retinal degeneration and progressive loss of motor and cognitive skills. PANK2 encodes for pantothenate kinase localized to the mitochondria, and is the first enzyme required for de novo synthesis of CoA. A drosophila model of this disorder has been shown to have reduced levels of CoA, abnormal mitochondrial function, and abnormal protein acetylation (Rana et al, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 April 13; 107(15): 6988â€"6993.; Siudeja, EMBO Mole Med 2011 Dec;3(12):755-66.) . The authors report that the phenotype can be partly rescued by administration of a dimeric form of pantothenic acid, which has interesting potential implications for both the role of CoA in the mitochondria as well as treatment of this disease.. Hilary Vernon, MD PhD. ...
... (PKAN) is a rare, movement disorder characterized by a progressive degeneration of the nervous system (neurodegenerative disorder). PKAN is generally separated into classic and atypical forms. Children with classic PKAN develop symptoms in the first ten years of life. The atypical form of PKAN usually occurs after the age of ten and progresses more slowly. All individuals with PKAN have an abnormal buildup of iron in certain areas of the brain. A particular change, called the eye-of-the-tiger sign, which indicates an accumulation of iron, is typically seen on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans of the brain in people with this disorder. PKAN is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner and is caused by changes (mutations) in the PANK2 gene ...
After trauma to the eye, the iris tissue can be injured causing the pupil to not constrict to bright light normally. Another possible cause is Adies tonic pupil syndrome. This is a condition most common in young adult females, which usually begins in one eye. The pupil is sluggish to react to light. Many people with this condition will also have diminished deep tendon reflexes and they can have trouble focusing at near. The condition is usually not associated with any more serious conditions. Some eyedrops have a dilating effect on the pupil, so eyedrop use is another cause of a dilated pupil. Finally, an abnormality of the third cranial nerve (a nerve that comes from the brain to the eye socket and controls eyelid position, eye movement, and pupil size) can cause a pupillary abnormality. In this condition, there is often ptosis (droopiness) of the upper eyelid on the same side as the dilated pupil. In addition, the eye may not move normally and an older child might complain of double vision. A ...
Our patient with a unilateral infarction restricted to the anterior midline vermis presented with acute non-rotatory dizziness and unsteadiness during gait, and neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation showed impaired smooth pursuit and hypometric saccades in the contralesional direction, and disconjugate ocular torsion. This suggests that anterior vermis contributes to ocular motor control as well as posture and gait.. Multiple areas of the cerebral cortex, brainstem and cerebellum are involved in the generation and coordination of smooth pursuit eye movements. Neuronal signals for smooth pursuit eye movements are initiated in the frontal and parietal eye centers, and then mediated by the pontine nuclei [4]. The pontine nuclei project to the vestibulocerebellum and the cerebellar oculomotor vermis that includes the declive, folium, and tuber (Figure 1F) [4]. The uvula and part of the pyramid are also commonly damaged in patients with deficient gain of the horizontal sinusoidal smooth pursuit eye ...
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The vitamin B-complex are essential water-soluble vitamins, including vitamin B1(thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin ), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), biotin, folic acid and vitamin B12 (cobalamins). Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid), a water-soluble vitamin, is one of the member of the B vitamin found abundantly in meat, vegetables, cereal grains, legumes, …. ...
A. Koy, M. Weinsheimer, K.A.M. Pauls, A.A. Kühn, P. Krause, J. Huebl, G.-H. Schneider, G. Deuschl, R. Erasmi, D. Falk, J.K. Krauss, G. Lütjens, A. Schnitzler, L. Wojtecki, J. Vesper, R. Korinthenberg, V.A. Coenen, V. Visser-Vandewalle, M. Hellmich, L. Timmermann, German registry of paediatric deep brain stimulation in patients with childhood-onset dystonia (GEPESTIM), European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 2017, 21, 1, ...
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Purpose: To compare the ganglion cell layer (GCL) thickness measurements to retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) analysis in patients affected by ischemic optic neuropathy (ION) using high definition optical coherence tomography (HD-OCT).. Methods: Twenty-five subjects with the diagnosis of ischemic optic neuropathy were recruited during the period August-December 2013. A second group of thirty age-matched controls was also included. Full neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation was carried-out including Cirrus HD-OCT to evaluate the GCL and RNFL thickness. Statistical analysis was done using Mann-Whitney U test to compare RNFL vs. GCL thicknesses between patients and controls.. Results: All patients with ION showed decreased GCL thickness when compared with the control group (P,0.001). RNFL was thinner in twenty-one patients (p,0.05). In four patients with acute ischemic optic neuropathy there was GCL loss despite an increase of the RNFL thickness compared to the control group. GCL analysis showed a better ...
PURPOSE: Both non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION) and primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) damage retinal ganglion cell axons, which are perfused by the radial peripapillary capillaries. To evaluate the pattern of ischemia, we compared peripapillary capillary density (PCD) in NAION eyes to POAG eyes matched for visual field mean deviation and retinal nerve fiber layer thickness. METHODS: 31 chronic NAION (,6 months after the acute event) and unaffected fellow eyes (31 subjects), 42 moderate and severe POAG eyes (27 subjects), and 77 control eyes (46 healthy subjects) were imaged with a commercial optical coherence tomography angiography system (AngioVue, Avanti RTVue-XR, Optovue, CA) at two academic institutions ...
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Pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration (PKAN; OMIM 234200) is caused by recessive mutations in PANK2 and is characterised by dystonia, cerebral iron accumulation, pathognomonic eye of the tiger MRI finding, and pigmentary retinal degeneration.1 2 Bone spicule formation, retinal vessel attenuation and yellow-white globular deposits seen clinically have been correlated histopathologically with degeneration of photoreceptors, marked outer retinal layer thinning and accumulation of melanolipofuscin.2 In keeping with these observations, electroretinographic abnormalities, ranging from mild cone to severe rod-cone dysfunction, have been reported.3. Retinal telangiectasis, also known as Coats-like or Coats-type exudative vasculopathy, may occur in both syndromic and non-syndromic retinitis pigmentosa.4 However, we are not aware of previous published reports of exudative vasculopathy associated with PKAN. We have characterised a patient with a novel mutation in PANK2 that had spontaneous ...
NBIA (neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation) comprises a heterogeneous group of neurodegenerative diseases having as a common denominator, iron overload in specific brain areas, mainly basal ganglia and globus pallidus. In the past decade a bunch of disease genes have been identified, but NBIA pathomechanisms are still not completely clear. PKAN (pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration), an autosomal recessive disorder with progressive impairment of movement, vision and cognition, is the most common form of NBIA. It is caused by mutations in the PANK2 (pantothenate kinase 2) gene, coding for a mitochondrial enzyme that phosphorylates vitamin B5 in the first reaction of the CoA (coenzyme A) biosynthetic pathway. A distinct form of NBIA, denominated CoPAN (CoA synthase protein-associated neurodegeneration), is caused by mutations in the CoASY (CoA synthase) gene coding for a bifunctional mitochondrial enzyme, which catalyses the final steps of CoA biosynthesis. These two inborn ...
At least 50 mutations in the PLA2G6 gene have been identified in people with infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy, a progressive neurological disorder that causes intellectual disability and movement problems. Mutations in the PLA2G6 gene eliminate or severely impair the function of the PLA2 group VI enzyme. Impairment of PLA2 group VI enzyme function may disrupt cell membrane maintenance and contribute to the development of swellings called spheroid bodies in the axons, which are fibers that extend from nerve cells (neurons) and transmit impulses to muscles and other neurons. Although it is unknown how changes in this enzymes function lead to the signs and symptoms of infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy, phospholipid metabolism problems have been seen in both this disorder and a similar disorder called pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration. These disorders, as well as the more common Alzheimer disease and Parkinson disease, also are associated with changes in brain iron metabolism. ...
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Pure autonomic failure is dysfunction of many of the processes controlled by the autonomic nervous system, such as blood pressure. It is not fatal.The cause is usually unknown but sometimes is an autoimmune disorder. The most common symptom is an excessive decrease in blood pressure when a person stands (orthostatic hypotension). People may sweat less and become intolerant of heat. The pupils may not widen (dilate) and narrow (constrict) normally. Vision may be blurred. People may have difficulty emptying the bladder (urine retention). They may be constipated or lose control of bowel movements. Men may have difficulty initiating and maintaining an erection (erectile dysfunction). Patients with PAF have a generally good outlook; many live for decades after the onset of their disease. The most common cause of death in these patients is pulmonary embolus or recurrent infection. The incidence of both myocardial infarction and stroke does not appear to be significantly increased in this dis. ...
Ophthalmic Surgery, Lasers and Imaging Retina | BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE:Panretinal photocoagulation (PRP) is the mainstay therapy for proliferative diabetic retinopathy. Pain during and after its application is a complication that affects patients therapeutic adherence. This study aimed to compare pain perception and patient preference for the 577-nm yellow laser (YL-577) (LIGHTL as 577; LIGHTMED, San Clemente, CA) and the conventional
If the patients pupil appeared to be very small it could indicate the presence of injury as the result from consuming opiate.. Normal Pupil Size. People with normal pupil will show 2 mm until 4 mm size in the bright light, while in the dark the size will turns to 4 mm until 8 mm. Generally, pupils are equal in size for Perrla eyes. Pupils tend to constrict when there is a direct illumination or direct response. Other reason that causes the pupil to constrict is when the eye focused on a near object. This response is called an accommodative response. On the other hand, pupils will dilate when you are in a dark place. When pupils do not constrict or dilates in the previous condition, it can be assumed that there is an abnormality on the pupil. Other important thing about the pupil size normal and assessment is that it can decrease according to age due to senile miosis.. Read also Important Matters of Pupillary Examination. ...
Not all animals have circular pupils. Some have slits or ovals which may be oriented vertically, as in crocodiles, vipers, cats and foxes, or horizontally as in some rays, flying frogs, mongooses and artiodactyls such as sheep, elk, red deer, reindeer and hippopotamus, as well as the domestic horse. Goats, toads and octopus pupils tend to be horizontal and rectangular with rounded corners. Some skates and rays have crescent shaped pupils,[10] gecko pupils range from circular, to a slit, to a series of pinholes[11], and the cuttlefish pupil is a smoothly curving W shape. There are rare cases of humans with very unusually shaped pupils, such as peanut-shell-shaped pupils, as if the sides of the pupils are pinched together in the middle, like a vertical peanut shell, being wide at the top and bottom of the pupil, but narrow in the middle.[citation needed]. There may be differences in pupil shape even between closely related animals. In felids, there are differences between small- and large eyed ...
... What is Pupil Premium?. The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to improve the achievement of pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as "Ever 6" FSM). Schools also receive funding for children who have been "looked after" continuously for more than six months, and children of service personnel.. Why has it been introduced?. The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches pupils who need it most.. Who decides how the money is spent?. In most cases the Pupil Premium is paid directly to schools, allocated to them for every pupil who receives free school meals. Schools decide how to use the funding, as they are the best placed to assess what their pupils ...
Downloadable (with restrictions)! Pupil mobility between schools is something to be encouraged if it facilitates the efficient matching of pupils to provision, but discouraged if turnover imposes costs on other pupils through disruption in teaching and learning. With this in mind, we consider the externalities imposed by entrants on the achievements of incumbent pupils in English primary schools. We find that immobile pupils who experience high pupil entry rates in their yeargroups (à la US grades) progress less well academically between ages 7 and 11 than pupils who experience low mobility in the same school. The disruptive externalities of mobility are statistically significant, but quite small in terms of their educational impact. An increase in annual entry rates from 0 to 10% (a 4 standard deviation change) would set the average incumbent pupil back by between 1 and 2Â weeks, or about 5% of one standard deviation of the gain in pupil achievement between ages 7 and 11.
We have a system of termly progress meetings where teachers meet individually with the Assistant Head teacher to discuss pupil progress and attainment. It is in the context of these challenging meetings that if it is identified that a pupil is not likely to make upper quartile progress, additional advice or interventions or support will be discussed and put in place.. At Manor Green Primary, Pupil Premium is allocated straight to us and is clearly identifiable in our budget. It is up to us to decide how the Pupil Premium, allocated per FSM pupil, service children and children in care is spent, since we are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within our school. Although we are free to spend the Pupil Premium as we see fit, we are held accountable as to how we have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families, service children and children in care.. ...
The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals (FSM), those looked after by the local authority and children of armed service personnel. The intended effect of this funding is to accelerate progress and raise attainment.. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium, allocated to schools, is spent since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility. We reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged. For further information please visit https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pupil-premium-information-for-schools-and-alternative-provision-settings. Our aims in deciding how to allocate Pupil Premium funding are:. ...
The pupil of the human eye is normally black. In flash photographs the pupil may appear red. This is called the "red reflex" by health care providers and is normal.. Sometimes, the pupil of the eye may appear white, or the normal red reflex may appear to be white. This not a normal condition, and you need to see an eye care provider right away.. There are many different causes of white pupil or white reflex. Other conditions also can mimic white pupil. If the cornea, which is normally clear, becomes cloudy, it may look similar to a white pupil. Although the causes of a cloudy or white cornea are different from those of a white pupil or white reflex, these problems also need medical attention right away.. ...
The entodermoscopy (or entomodermoscopy) is a 10x dermoscopy aimed to investigate bugs and their environment which by pure chance happens to be our skin. In a certain way the dermatoscope has introduced an approach which reminds us the ecological-ethological manner to study animals, avoiding to interfere with their habitat. A slide in fact does not represent the best place to understand the conduct of an insect which chooses to live on our skin ...
As part of an overall skin cancer check one of our dermatologists uses a dermatoscope to examine moles. Find out about the cost of mole mapping
Overview of Pupil Premium. The Pupil Premium grant is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as Ever 6 FSM), Looked After Children, children adopted from care or who have left care, and children of service personnel (known as Ever 5 service). The funding is not ring-fenced per student and can be used for initiatives that include, but are not limited to, pupil premium students. The funding is available for students in Year 7 to 11.. · £935 for each Ever 6 FSM pupil. · £1900 for each Looked -after Child (LAC). · £1900 for each Post Looked after Care Child. · £300 for each Ever 5 Service Pupil. The full report on our PPG strategy can be viewed by clicking this link.. Below is a summary of PPG students and funding and key academic outcome headlines. ...
... - What is it and what is it for?. As you are probably aware, the Government give funding to schools for all children entitled to free school meals. This is a significant amount of money and we would encourage everyone who is entitled to Free School Meals to apply for them, even if your child prefers packed lunch. There are other added benefits, Pupil Premium being one. More information on Free School Meals is available from the school office.. The Department of Education say: "It is for the schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is allocated, as they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for individual pupils.". The school has been able to use this funding to ensure that those pupils and pupils from vulnerable groups make good progress, as well as children working at a higher level of attainment. Examples of which are:. ...
The summer term is traditionally seen as the dog end of the school year for many pupils - when hot classrooms, a desire to play in the sunshine and inevitable post-Sats relaxation might be expected to slow academic progress.. But new Government research has found the opposite is true. Key stage 2 and 3 pupils make most progress during the summer term and least during the longer autumn term.. The Department for Education study analysed teacher assessments made at the end of each term for 37,000 pupils in more than 340 schools. The records, for five different cohorts of pupils over three years, showed the same pattern of progress - in national curriculum levels of achievement - between autumn, spring and summer terms in reading, writing and maths.. The researchers linked the smaller increase in the autumn term to the long summer break "requiring pupils to retain their learning from the previous academic year over several weeks away from school".. They also noted that most primary pupils would be ...
What does pinpoint pupils mean ? A pupil is a tiny black hole in the center of the eye. It is round shaped and medium sized. It has the ability to dilate and constrict. Light enters through the pupils and the dilation and constriction of pupils primarily depends on the exposure of light. The pupil constricts if the
In their experiment, the researchers presented six volunteers with four types of ambiguous stimuli. The volunteers viewed or listened to the stimuli and pressed a key on a keyboard when a perceptual shift occurred. At the same time, infrared eye-tracking software measured the diameter of the subjects pupils.. The scientists found a significant increase in the diameter of the pupil at the instant preceding the perceptual switch. The pupil, which is about 2 mm wide in bright light, dilated by as much as 1 mm at that moment-a change that, in theory, could be noticeable to a casual observer. Koch and his colleagues also found that the more the pupil dilated, the longer the period of time before the switch from one interpretation to the other.. "The pupil is not only there to regulate light, but is linked to our emotional state. This may have evolved for us to monitor the emotional state of others, and may offer a very simple way to track decision-making in general," says Koch. ...
Introduction. After prior attainment, poverty is the single most important factor in predicting life chances. Pupil Premium is money allocated by the government to ensure that pupils are not disadvantaged academically due to family circumstances. It is to assist with addressing attainment inequalities.. Aims and Objectives. Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) reaches the children for whom it is intended. It is used to provide educational support to improve pupil progress and achievement and to close the gap.. We firmly believe that in order to learn, childrens basic emotional and physical needs must first be met, and so a proportion of our Pupil Premium was allocated to funding trips and visits, as well as funding our Breakfast Club.. We also used the money to enhance and focus our Teaching Assistants hours, small group support, and intervention programmes for English and Maths.. From April 2015 school also recieves 53p per hour for each child who is eligible in the EYFS. The LA will decide who is ...
To monitor progress on attainment, new measures will be included in the performance tables that will capture the achievement of students covered by the Pupil Premium. At The Dartmoor Federation Primaries, the usual cycle of half- termly data collection and the monitoring and tracking of the cohorts attainment, will be used to inform childrens progress and enable the early identification of need, support and appropriate intervention. The Senior Leadership Team, Pupil Premium Champion and Governors are accountable for the impact on the pupils of the spending of the Pupil Premium; all staff are responsible for ensuring that an inclusive, proactive, reflective and holistic approach are consistently used to support and maximise the opportunities for all pupils ...
Rydal Penrhos pupil Adam Sabri was the hero of the hour as RGC notched their second consecutive win at the Conwy International Rugby Festival.. The lower sixth pupil crossed the line in the final minute of their clash with Italy II, which gave them an impressive 10-5 victory after an outstanding defensive display.. Sabri was one of five Rydal Penrhos players that featured in the squad, with fellow pupil Dan Owen putting in another exceptional performance to ensure the home side maintained their 100 per cent record in the competition.. Owen was rewarded for his fine performance when he received a memento from former Wales captain Ryan Jones, who attended the second day of action.. Other pupils in the squad were Euan Humphreys, Nick Dundee and Henry Davies.. Director of Sport Allen Boyd, said: "It was a very impressive performance and I thought that our pupils acquitted themselves extremely well.. "The Italians were a very physical side but the RGC rearguard held firm with some exceptional ...
The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.. Pupil Premium Report 2017-2018. Pupil Premium Report 2016-2017. PP Report 2015-16. Pupil Premium Report 2014 - 2015. ...
The pupil is the circular opening in the center of the eye that allows light to pass through. The pupil expands when there is little light present, and contracts when there is a greater amount of light present. Anisocoria refers to an unequal pupil size.
You may have had some problems with your eye and thus need to seek medical attention from a specialist. When you go to seek the specialists service, they will do the examinations to try and detect what the problem could be. When a doctor examines your eye physically, they are not only looking at the health of the outside surface but also the general condition of the inside too. To do this, they watch the pupil which serves as a keyhole to the retina. The optometrist will shine light into your eye as a procedure of detecting the problem. Naturally, when this is done, the pupil will shrink as a mechanism for protecting the eye from the bright light. The specialist can, however, open wide the pupil by putting special eye drops into the eye. The size of the pupil will be similar to the one formed when you enter a dark room. Through this wide opening, it is possible for the doctor to have a clear look of the inner eye thus making the examination more thorough and efficient. Even though this procedure ...
Do allergy eye drops make the pupil larger - Do allergy eye drops make the pupil larger? Should Not. They should not cause pupil dilation unless you are using a vasoconstricting agent (visine) when the drug wears off it can cause pupil dilation.
MODEL RELEASED. Dilated pupil. Enhanced close-up of a womans eye with a dilated pupil (black). The iris, a coloured muscular ring, regulates the amount of light that enters the eye through the pupil. Low light conditions, sexual arousal and certain drugs can cause the pupil to dilate (enlarge). - Stock Image C015/2019
pupil definition: Pupil is defined as a dark circular opening in the center of the iris in the eye. (noun) An example of the pupil is the center part of the eye that gets smaller when you are exposed to very bright light in order to limit light expo...
Hi, I am a 33 yrs old male. A few months back I noticed that the size of my right pupil is more than double the size of my left pupil or I should say my left pupil is really smaller than my right one. ...
50 pupils join the scheme each year from five different Newham schools. The pupils attend academic sessions at UCL and meet with students. They also work towards a final presentation and learn debating and presentation skills.. At the end of the first year, there is a celebration event held at UCL for all participants, and parents are also invited to share their childrens achievements and watch the pupils give presentations. For some, it is the first time they have entered a university.. Over the next three years of the scheme, the pupils continue to return for lectures, research and workshops, with the Year 11 programme focusing on practical career guidance and A-level support. ...
Primary education; pupils (% female) in Bangladesh was last measured at 50.42 in 2011, according to the World Bank. Female pupils as a percentage of total pupils at primary level include enrollments in public and private schools.This page has the latest values, historical data, forecasts, charts, statistics, an economic calendar and news for Primary education - pupils (% female) in Bangladesh.
Hudson was among 40 Thomas More Senior Primary School pupils who camped at Sontuli Camp in Imfolozi Game Reserve.. Zimu said Hudson was bitten in the face and head while he was in the tent with other pupils.. The animal had ripped the tent before attacking the teenager, she said.. "He was taken to the Bay Hospital where he underwent surgery. He is still in hospital," she said.. Zimu said it was believed the hyena stopped mauling the teenager when other pupils screamed for help.. She said pupils and teachers had been warned not to keep food in their tents as that would attract animals ...
a) Suspension, including supervised suspension as described in Section 48911.1, shall be imposed only when other means of correction fail to bring about proper conduct. A school district may document the other means of correction used and place that documentation in the pupils record, which may be accessed pursuant to Section 49069. However, a pupil, including an individual with exceptional needs, as defined in Section 56026, may be suspended, subject to Section 1415 of Title 20 of the United States Code, for any of the reasons enumerated in Section 48900 upon a first offense, if the principal or superintendent of schools determines that the pupil violated subdivision (a), (b), (c), (d), or (e) of Section 48900 or that the pupils presence causes a danger to persons ...
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it passes through an opening known as the pupil. Rather than being an actual part of the eyes anatomy, the pupil is merely an opening. The pupil is the black portion in the middle of the eyeball. Its black appearance is attributed to the fact that the light that the pupil allows to enter the eye is absorbed on the retina (and elsewhere) and does not exit the eye. Thus, as you sight at another persons pupil opening, no light is exiting their pupil and coming to your eye; subsequently, the pupil appears black.. Like the aperture of a camera, the size of the pupil opening can be adjusted by the dilation of the iris. The iris is the colored part of the eye - being blue for some people and brown for others (and so forth); it is a diaphragm that is capable of stretching and reducing the size of the opening. In bright-light situations, the iris adjusts its size to reduce the pupil opening and limit the amount of light that enters the eye. And in dim-light situations, the iris adjusts so as to ...
How can we support pupils with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs)? We relay guidance from the Autism Education Trust and the National Autism Society on supporting pupils with ASDs. We also look at research published by the DfE on supporting language acquisition for pupils with ASDs.
Do You Have Pupil Disorders? Join friendly people sharing true stories in the I Have Pupil Disorders group. Find support forums, advice and chat with groups who share this life experience. Pupil Disorders anonymous support group with information on d...
On the Pupil of His Eye è un cortometraggio muto del 1912 diretto da Van Dyke Brooke e Maurice Costello. Il film fu prodotto dalla Vitagraph Company of America. Distribuito dalla General Film Company, il film - un cortometraggio di una bobina - uscì nelle sale cinematografiche USA il 5 luglio 1912 . ^ On the Pupil of His Eye (1912), Internet Movie Database. Filmografia della Vitagraph (EN) On the Pupil of His Eye, su Internet Movie Database, IMDb.com ...
Schools also receive £300 for each pupil in year groups reception to year 11 recorded as Ever 6 Service Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence. The percentage of children in receipt of pupil premium funding in our school in September 2016 is 19%.. Pupil Premium funding for Downs View in 2013/14 was £39,600, in 2014/15 £74,390, 2015/16 £86,960. Funding for April 16 - March 17 is £92,380 ...
... definition, the ridge of the entrance pupil of an optical system, indicating the place where the pupil of the eye should be placed to view the object. See more.
Fisheyes and wide angles A number of fisheye and wide lenses show strong entrance pupil shift (See the animations on the web page by Pierre Toscani!!) by angle from center. The Nikon 10.5 and 16mm fisheyes entrance pupil shifts by around 15mm, the ideal LPP point for panoramas is therefore a bit of a compromise, depending on the amount of image overlap and I dont know what else. The Nikon 14mm f2.8D and other wide angles do this too Internal vignetting I recently noticed some peoples measurements conflicted with mine, I am however quite confident in the accuracy of my measurement setup now. The reason I found is that entrance pupil sometimes shifts with the aperture wide open to to internal vignetting away from the aperture, I now always measure by observing the aperture from the front and with the lens stopped down. Measurements made with the lens wide open (Especially with the parallax method) may therefore differ from mine. This means the ideal NPP could differ slightly if you shoot wide ...
Pupils at Manley Park Primary School have green fingers this week following a visit from leading local bus company, Stagecoach Manchester. As part of Stagecoachs national Green Week, pupils at the school received a lesson on catching the bus and learnt about the environmental benefits of public transport. As part of the session, the pupils were given their own basil seed pots, helping them to learn about taking care of the environment at home and at school.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether there are differences in learning achievements and self-esteem of fourteen-year old pupils according to how often they engaged in sports. We tried to find out whether pupils, who are more often involved in sport activities, have better self-esteem and better learning achievement, and whether pupils with better learning achievement have better self-esteem. We interviewed 168 9th grade primary school pupils. The data was analyzed with the statistical program SPSS. To determine differences between variables, we used analysis of variance. The results showed that more active pupils in terms of sport activities have better learning performance, and better self-esteem. Pupils who are more involved in sport much more, then pupils who are less involved in sport, believe that they have classmates who like them, they feel good in their skin, they think the pupils of opposite sex like them, and they believe that they can achieve success in their profession ...
Children from Springmead Primary School in Welwyn Garden City visited our sold-out Mirage development to bury a time capsule, a project which we plan to repeat at our new Gemini Park development in Borehamwood in the near future.. The capsule provides a snapshot of 21st century life for Welwyn Garden City youngsters and contains a range of items chosen by the pupils including photos of the school, a dinner menu, the school logo and the school badge.. Fifteen pupils from the school attended the burial ceremony to mark the occasion in the paved tree lined courtyard at Mirage.. The event was also attended by teachers from the school along with Taylor Wimpey North Thames Managing Director Peter Gurr, Sales and Marketing Director Christine Scarborough, Project Manager Tony Butcher, Production Director Darren Dockerill and Sales Executive Tamara Sim. Peter Gurr, Managing Director for Taylor Wimpey North Thames, says: "We were delighted to welcome pupils and teachers from Springmead Primary School to ...
Campbeltown Pupils Youth Under 13s (2005s) enjoyed their first ever away game in the DFDL as they romped to a convincing 6-1 win over Ardencaple BC, building on their opening win the weekend before.. Kicking off at 11.45am on the Hermitage Academy 3G in Helensburgh last Sunday the young Pupils showed no signs of their early start and long bus journey as they took early control.. The Ardencaple keeper made a number of excellent saves in early exchanges before the Pupils broke the deadlock.. Recent Lochgilphead signing, Kyle Danson, broke into the 18 yard box and reacted to the keepers fine save from his initial shot to blast the ball home from a tight angle.. Encouraged by their domination Scott Graham added a second when Lorne Paterson played him in, driving forward, the young left-midfielder collected the ball before unleashing a superb left-footed strike from 16 yards leaving the Ardencaple keeper no chance.. The Kintyre side was in total control and playing excellent football. Ryan Shields, ...
Primary school pupils are better behaved within the classroom than in the 1970s, says a long-term study by educational psychologists. The study credits better teaching and constant verbal encouragement as the reasons more pupils are paying attention to their work. Educational psychologist Brian Apter says the improvement seems to have accelerated since the mid-1980s. Teachers are working incredibly hard now, says Mr Apter. Rejecting the stereotypes of disrupted lessons and deteriorating discipline, Mr Apter says that the proportion of pupils who are on task during lessons has been steadily rising. Upward trend The findings, based on observations of more than 70 educational psychologists in 141 classrooms across the UK, found a fairly steady upward trend in terms of improving behaviour. Mr Apter, district senior educational psychologist at Wolverhampton City Council, said that class size did not appear to be a significant factor in behaviour, or the number of other adult assistants in the ...
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Today I have the pleasure of attending the Pupil Premium Awards 2016, and celebrating those schools which have found the most effective ways of using their Pupil Premium funding to help disadvantaged...
Introduction. Problem Two pupils lived in houses which were identical in size and shape. However in winter they noticed that one of the houses used more heating fuel than the other even though they both had the same heating systems and were kept at the same temperature. The pupils decided that the variation must be linked to the type of insulation in each house. Hypothesis 1: A house with insulation will hold heat longer than a house without. Hypothesis 2: Insulation which traps air effectively will hold more heat than insulation which does not as air is a good insulator Method The pupils carried out an experiment involving four beakers. They wanted to find out how the temperature of water would vary with time when different types of insulation were applied to each beaker. Three of the beakers were insulated and to make a comparison the fourth beaker was left with no insulation. In order to make a fair comparison between each beaker, the temperature of the water at the start of the experiment ...
A great way to promote school partnership activities is to involve younger pupils to make them aware of future opportunities. Just because your UK-German activities are only open to KS4 pupils, it doesnt mean that KS3 pupils cant get involved!. ...
This decrease of accomodation with age is a universal phenomenon. To a small extent, the decrease of near focus is offset by the fact that the pupil size tends to decrease with age and it is a fact of physical optics that aperture diameter and depth of focus are inversely proportional--that is, a smaller pupil has an increased depth of focus, and therefore a near object is clearer with the smaller pupil than with a larger pupil. This is the principle on which the camera obscura (pinhole camera) and other pinhole lens devices are based. And it is why one hears about someone in his eighties who can see at all distances with each eye without the aid of any corrective lens. If you look at the pupil size of that 80 year old, it will look more like a pinhole. The fact is that by the time one reaches the age of 45, the amount of lost accomodation generally has made the ability to focus on close objects very difficult, especially in dim light (when the pupil has naturally dilated to a larger size). This ...
Just like with the SOLO stations, pupils took a quiz prior to choosing their tasks, and used the result to inform their decisions about what to do next. Pupils choose their three tasks based on its heat level: from extra mild through to extra hot. There was a nice twist here, as I have been working with this class on higher order thinking skills, and as the heat increased, the thinking skills required became gradually HOTter… get it?!. So… was it a success? Well yes, hugely in my opinion- and that of the colleague observing my lesson. Pupil engagement was massively improved compared to other lessons with that class. Pupils had a clear understanding of what they needed to do and seemed to be genuinely enjoying undertaking the tasks set. Misconceptions were being quashed left right and centre, as I found I had more time to spend talking about the topic with individual pupils. Pupils were tackling tasks involving applying, evaluating and creating with confidence, and pupils were also clearly ...
How the impact will be measured: Kyson do timetabled termly progress reviews as part of the schools assessment calendar. Attainment and PROGRESS of children eligible for pupil premium are compared with the national picture for disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged children. We also compare the pupil premium group with those that are not eligible to help identify any further trends or barriers ...
Im almost embarrassed to ask this but what the heck. I have Zeiss 8x42 so I know the exit pupil is 5.25mm. At 63 years of age, my pupils probably dont get...
Define entrance pupil: the stop in an optical instrument or the virtual image of the stop that determines the angular diameter of the bundle of rays …
Adie Syndrome: Signs, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment - Disabled World  Adie Syndrome: Signs, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment - Disabled World
... sometimes called the Holmes-Adie syndrome, is a neurologic disorder in where the ability of the pupil to constrict is impaired ... Other names for Adie syndrome include:. Adie syndrome, also called Holmes-Adie syndrome or Adies tonic pupil, is a ... Adie Syndrome: Signs, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment. Abstract: Adie syndrome, sometimes called the Holmes-Adie syndrome, is a ... Treating Adie Syndrome. A diagnosis of Adie syndrome can be achieved by using dilute pilocarpine - a drug in the form of eye ...
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Holmes-Adie Syndrome  Holmes-Adie Syndrome
In Holmes-Adie Syndrome, the pupil of the affected eye is larger than the unaffected eye. The affected pupil constricts slowly ... Holmes-Adie Syndrome is a neurological disorder of the eyes. The pupil of the eye and the automatic nervous system gets ... Holmes-Adie Syndrome can affect the pupil of the eye. Holmes-Adie Syndrome is a neurological disorder of the eyes. The pupil of ... Holmes-Adie Syndrome - Causes and symptoms Women are more susceptible to this disease. It cannot be classified as an inherited ...
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Adie syndrome - Wikipedia  Adie syndrome - Wikipedia
Adie syndrome also known as the Holmes-Adie syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by a tonically dilated pupil that ... "Adie syndrome". Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) - an NCATS Program.. ... Adies syndrome is not life-threatening or disabling.[1] As such, there is no mortality rate relating to the condition; however ... "Holmes-Adie syndrome Information Page". National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Archived from the original on ...
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Adies syndrome - definition of Adies syndrome by The Free Dictionary  Adie's syndrome - definition of Adie's syndrome by The Free Dictionary
Adies syndrome synonyms, Adies syndrome pronunciation, Adies syndrome translation, English dictionary definition of Adies ... syndrome. n. 1. A group of symptoms that collectively indicate or characterize a disease, disorder, or other condition ... Related to Adies syndrome: Horners syndrome, anisocoria, Adies pupil. syn·drome. (sĭn′drōm′). n.. 1. A group of symptoms ... Adies syndrome - definition of Adies syndrome by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Adie%27s+syndrome ...
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Adies syndrome | definition of Adies syndrome by Medical dictionary  Adie's syndrome | definition of Adie's syndrome by Medical dictionary
Adies syndrome explanation free. What is Adies syndrome? Meaning of Adies syndrome medical term. What does Adies syndrome ... Looking for online definition of Adies syndrome in the Medical Dictionary? ... Related to Adies syndrome: Horners syndrome, anisocoria, Adies pupil. Adies syndrome. [a´dēz] a syndrome consisting of a ... Adies syndrome , definition of Adies syndrome by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Adie%27s ...
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Atkin syndrome             | Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) - an NCATS Program  Atkin syndrome | Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) - an NCATS Program
... information resources and questions answered by our Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Specialists for Atkin syndrome ... Atkin-Flaitz syndrome. is characterised by moderate to severe intellectual deficit, short stature. , macrocephaly, and ... PubMed is a searchable database of medical literature and lists journal articles that discuss Atkin syndrome. Click on the link ...
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Adie syndrome (Symptoms, signs, causes, treatments & definition) - Medigest  Adie syndrome (Symptoms, signs, causes, treatments & definition) - Medigest
Medigest has all you need to know about Adie syndrome - Symptoms and Signs, Causes, Treatments and definition ... Adie syndrome Below you will find more information about Adie syndrome from Medigest. If you believe that you are suffering ... Discuss Adie syndrome in our forums Discuss Adie syndrome with other members of Medigest in our forums. ... Adie syndrome, sometimes reffered to as Adies Tonic Pupil or Holmes-Adies Syndrome is categorized as a neurological disorder ...
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DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Neurological Disorders: Autonomic Nervous System: Adie Syndrome  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Neurological Disorders: Autonomic Nervous System: Adie Syndrome
Adie Syndrome is a rare neurological disorder affecting the pupil of the eye. ... Health Conditions and Diseases Neurological Disorders Autonomic Nervous System Adie Syndrome 3 ... Adie Syndrome is a rare neurological disorder affecting the pupil of the eye. ... Information and joining instructions for an email support group for Adie syndrome. ...
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Adam Lanza Had Aspergergers Syndrome - Contributing Factor In Shooting? - Hollywood Life  Adam Lanza Had Aspergergers Syndrome - Contributing Factor In Shooting? - Hollywood Life
Read on for the shocking new details on Adams mental state at the time of the shooting. ... Adam reportedly suffered from this mild form of autism which is known for causing difficulties with social interaction but its ... Read on for the shocking new details on Adams mental state at the time of the shooting.. Many new clues on Adam Lanzas ... More On Adam Lanza & the Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy:. *Adam Lanza Had Condition - Sandy Hook Shooter Couldnt Feel ...
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Adam 2H - Reeces Rainbow Down Syndrome Adoption Grant Foundation  Adam 2H - Reece's Rainbow Down Syndrome Adoption Grant Foundation
Reeces Rainbow Down Syndrome Adoption Grant Foundation Click Here for our 501(c)3 Registration & Approval *Twitter ... Reeces Rainbow Down Syndrome Adoption Grant Foundation. PO Box 146. Combined Locks, WI 54113 ...
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Lower limb nerve injuries and compression syndromes  Flashcards by Adele Atkins | Brainscape  Lower limb nerve injuries and compression syndromes Flashcards by Adele Atkins | Brainscape
Study Lower limb nerve injuries and compression syndromes flashcards from Adele Atkins ... Lower limb nerve injuries and compression syndromes Flashcards Preview Module 204 Theme 2 , Lower limb nerve injuries and ...
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Adam Levine Gives Backstage Passes To Superfan With Down Syndrome - PopCrunch  Adam Levine Gives Backstage Passes To Superfan With Down Syndrome - PopCrunch
Adam Levine Gives Backstage Passes To Superfan With Down Syndrome. By Joseph Treviño March 4, 2015. 20 views ... Adele and Jimmy Fallons Band The Roots Perform Hello [WATCH]. By Lisa Lo Paro. November 25, 2015. 0 ... Adeles 25 Shatters Records Held by NSync and Taylor Swift. By Lisa Lo Paro. November 30, 2015. 0 ... Adam Levine recently gave a 10-year-old superfan tickets to a Maroon 5 show with backstage passes. ...
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9 Obscure Mental Disorders Everyone Should Know - DavidWolfe.com  9 Obscure Mental Disorders Everyone Should Know - DavidWolfe.com
8. Adele Syndrome. Adele syndrome is characterized by an obsession which makes a person experience a pathological love ... 2. Quasimodo Syndrome. Quasimodo syndrome, also known as body dysmorphic disorder, is characterized by obsessive thoughts about ... 7. Alice In Wonderland Syndrome. Someone who is suffering from this syndrome experiences a change in perception of surrounding ... You may have heard of Multiple Personality Disorder or even Alice In Wonderland Syndrome. But did you know there are several ...
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Adies Pupil facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Adies Pupil  Adies Pupil facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Adies Pupil
Kehrer-Adie Syndrome; Markus Syndrome; Weills Syndrome, Weill-Reys Syndrome, and Weill-Reys-Adie Syndrome; Psuedo-Argyll ... Adies Tonic Pupil; Tonic Pupil Syndrome; Holmes-Adie Syndrome and Adie-Holmes Syndrome; Psuedotabes, Papillotonic Psuedotabes ... It was first referred to as Adies syndrome in 1934 by the French neurologist, Jean-Alexandre Barré. ... Adies pupil. Definition. Adies pupil is a neurological condition of unknown origin with an unusual, asymmetric presentation ...
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Table of Contents - January 25, 1941, 1 (4177) | The BMJ  Table of Contents - January 25, 1941, 1 (4177) | The BMJ
Adies Syndrome Br Med J 1941; 1 :138 (Published 25 January 1941) ... Effort Syndrome Br Med J 1941; 1 :134 (Published 25 January 1941) ...
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Medical Marijuana For Autonomic Dysfunction | Marijuana Doctors  Medical Marijuana For Autonomic Dysfunction | Marijuana Doctors
5. Holmes-Adie Syndrome (HAS). HAS mainly impacts the nerves controlling the eye muscles, leading to vision problems. One pupil ... 2. Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). POTS affects around one to three million people in the U.S., according to ... It may also link with other conditions like Ehlers-Danlos syndrome - an inherited abnormal connective tissue condition. ...
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Autonomic Neurology Subspecialty Group - Overview - Mayo Clinic  Autonomic Neurology Subspecialty Group - Overview - Mayo Clinic
Adie syndrome. *Anhidrosis. *Autonomic failure. *Autonomic neuropathy. *Diabetic neuropathy. *Dysautonomia or dysautonomic ...
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Neurology - Conditions treated - Mayo Clinic  Neurology - Conditions treated - Mayo Clinic
Adie syndrome. *Adrenoleukodystrophy *Alzheimers disease. *Amaurosis fugax. *Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). *Aneurysms ...
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