A morphological study was conducted to measure the width of buccal cortical
bone, inferior cortical
bone, lingual cortical
bone, cancellous bone and height of mandibular symphysis in adult subjects aged between 18 and 30 years with skeletal class I (Angle's class I) and class III (Angle's class III) with mandibular prognathism.
The von Mises equivalent stress was computed for cortical
and trabecular bone.
Data for the study was collected from the patients who have undergone myringoplasty-safe type with or without cortical
mastoidectomy in the Department of ENT at Osmania Medical College/Govt.
Of particular relevance to optometrists are the cortical
visual symptoms which can occur in dementia.
A major challenge in repairing the brain is obtaining cortical
neurons from the appropriate layer and area in order to restore the damaged cortical
pathways in a specific manner.
Keywords: Coronary angioplasty Bypass graft angiography Transient cortical
blindness Contrast neurotoxicity.
Napsin A immunohistochemical staining shows moderate to strong intensity of granular cytoplasmic reactivity in an adrenal cortical
adenoma (original magnification 3200).
Results: Comparing the two types of models, the difference in the maximum von Mises stresses of the cortical
bone is more than 20 Percent .
It has long been thought that preserving brain cortical
thickness was a determining factor in superior cognitive ability in old age; however the rare availability of childhood cognitive scores reveals other possible explanations.
Quantify the amount of cortical
and cancellous glenoid bone removed by inferiorly tilting the glenoid baseplate with two different rTSA prostheses, and
0%) and cortical
volumetric BMD at the distal tibia (loss of 5.
Perth, Australia, Sep 6, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Cortical
Dynamics Limited ("Cortical
"), an investee of BPH Energy Limited (ASX:BPH), is pleased to announce that a patent relating to its Brain Anaesthesia Response (BAR) monitoring unit has been granted in New Zealand.
Researchers compared cortical
thickness in volunteers, both smokers and never-smokers, who were without medical or psychiatric illnesses.
If delusional thinking were like a closed circuit with its associated neurotransmitter pathway and no access to cortical
modification, it would make sense to use a "circuit breaker" (such as dopamine inhibitors and anxiolytics) to open up a pathway to cortical
Canavero (Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, Italy), who invented cortical
stimulation (CS) methods for Parkinson's disease and the vegetative state, introduces therapeutic cortical
stimulation as a "quiet revolution" in functional neurosurgery.