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Privately-held Aeromics, founded in 2006 by two Yale University scientists, is developing a first-in-class anti-edema therapy to treat patients affected by acute central nervous system edema as a consequence of large hemispheric infarction.
Hemispheric buttons are items with a semicircular section, a flat ventral side and a curved external side.
A large prospective acute stroke trial [1] found that hemispheric lateralization was not an independent predictor of functional outcome, as measured by the modified Rankin Scale and NIHSS score.
It has been designated as a "Wetland of Hemispheric Importance" by the Western Hemispheric Shorebird Reserve Network, a "Wetland of International Importance" by the Ramsar Convention, and a "Globally Important Bird Area" by both the American Bird Conservancy and the National Audubon Society.
Nevertheless, EDA records have been evaluated in the investigation of diseases such as hemispheric asymmetry, anxiety, depression and schizophrenia [3].
However, it is convention and even ATC guidance to follow the hemispheric rule.
This is not the only strand of hemispheric conversations we can participate in, and as we constantly expand our archives and conversations, we should realize that there are no pedestals for hemispheric work.
[16] These results converge with those from previous studies using fMRI and structural MRI which suggested that inter-hemispheric connectivity disturbances may play a major role in hemispheric co-operation in SZ.
a right-handed person probably has a left hemispheric mathematical specialization and a left-handed person a right brain hemispheric specialization for music and artistic abilities [Knecht, 2000; Ira & Ehram, 2005]).
They found that high-functioning older adults showed strong bilateral prefrontal activations whereas young subjects involved only a smaller prefrontal circuit in the right hemisphere and proposed that in aging subjects, there could be a Hemispheric Asymmetry Reduction in Older Adults (HAROLD model) for some cognitive functions.
The hemispheric trend brings a new twist to an old discussion about species formation rates, which often focuses on comparisons across latitude.
(2) DTI fibre tracking can be used to associate known anatomical landmarks (such as the CC) with regions where localisation may be ambiguous (such as off-midline, or peripheral, hemispheric white matter).
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