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frontiers in neuroanatomy

J Fernández Santarén, A J Kox, J M Sánchez-Ron
Science is a multidisciplinary enterprise. Mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geology, and many other, perhaps not so " basic ", but not less interesting disciplines form what we call " science ". The task of history of science is to recover and put order in the past of such disciplines. Although, on most the occasions, those histories are limited by the territories of the different sciences, we know that their frontiers are not impermeable, that there are relationships between them. However, it is not frequent to find studies dealing with those relationships, especially dealing with relations among scientists belonging to different fields...
June 2014: Archives Internationales D'histoire des Sciences
Karl T Schmidt, David Weinshenker
Psychostimulants, such as cocaine and amphetamines, act primarily through the monoamine neurotransmitters dopamine (DA), norepinephrine, and serotonin. Although stimulant addiction research has largely focused on DA, medication development efforts targeting the dopaminergic system have thus far been unsuccessful, leading to alternative strategies aimed at abating stimulant abuse. Noradrenergic compounds have shown promise in altering the behavioral effects of stimulants in rodents, nonhuman primates, and humans...
April 2014: Molecular Pharmacology
James T Rutka
Over the centuries, discoveries of lands unknown, treasures lost and buried, and formulas to delineate physicochemical processes have led to advancements in our understanding of how the world is structured and governed. In science and medicine, discoveries are frequently made following deliberate periods of observation and experimentation to test hypotheses. However, in some instances, discoveries may arise either following a "eureka moment" that transcends rigorous scientific experimentation or following a serendipitous observation...
December 2011: Journal of Neurosurgery
Israel Franco
Detrusor overactivity, also known as the overactive bladder syndrome (OAB), urge syndrome, hyperactive bladder syndrome, persistent infantile bladder, and detrusor hypertonia, is the most common voiding dysfunction in children. Until recently, the concepts that had been used to dictate the management of this problem in children were based on the foundation that this was a primary bladder problem and or a delay in maturation in the nervous system of children. The expectation that children would outgrow their problems led many pediatric urologists and other practitioners to tell the parents of these children 'that they would not be wetting themselves on their wedding day...
2007: Paediatric Drugs
Israel Franco
PURPOSE: Detrusor overactivity is the most common voiding dysfunction in children. Detrusor overactivity is also known as overactive bladder syndrome, urge syndrome, hyperactive bladder syndrome, persistent infantile bladder and detrusor hypertonia. It has become apparent that the ideas that had been used to dictate the management of this problem in children were based on the foundation that this is a primary bladder problem and/or a delay in maturation in the nervous system of children...
September 2007: Journal of Urology
E Kuzovleva, J P Das
The biographical sketches from Luria's life reveal the capricious political changes and their effect on the development of Soviet neuropsychology. The picture that emerges is of an individual who survived several ideological reprisals. He introduced Vygotsky into the mainstream of psychology, and continued to advance the study of cognitive functions within the context of neuroanatomy of the brain. And yet, he had an open mind judged by his interest in Freud, and welcoming to his clinic pioneers of psychology such as Piaget, Bruner and Pribram...
March 1999: Neuropsychology Review
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