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Lois S Kelley
Transfiguring Light and Symphonic Blooming is word-art to describe the flowering of the humanbecoming and human caring schools of thought over time. A Wabi Sabi story journey was created to turn the tide in a world where the building of a unique body of knowledge for nursing has fallen into disfavor with nursing itself. Using nature-aligned paintings and a Japanese story-art aesthetic with poetry, the beauty of falling away to unitary essentials and holding the value of "both-and" in unitary consciousness was illuminated...
October 2017: Nursing Science Quarterly
Anna Kuryliszyn-Moskal, Katarzyna Kaniewska, Zofia Dzięcioł-Anikiej, Piotr Adrian Klimiuk
OBJECTIVES: Rheumatic diseases such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis constitute the most frequent pathological states leading to the development of foot deformities, which reduce quality of life and cause disability. The aim of the present study was to compare the results of plantoconturographic examinations, obtained by means of a computer podoscope, in osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis patients. Special attention was paid to the differences in the values of each parameter determining the level of foot function...
2017: Reumatologia
Jun Young Choi, Sang Hyun Woo, Sang Hyun Oh, Jin Soo Suh
BACKGROUND: Members of the Maasai tribe spend their days either barefoot or wearing traditional shoes made from recycled car tires. Although they walk long distances (up to 60 km) daily, they do not generally experience foot ailments. Here, we compared parameters associated with the feet, ankles, and gait of middle-aged women in Korea and the Maasai tribe. METHODS: Foot length, calf circumference, hindfoot alignment, step length, cadence, and walking velocity were compared among 20 middle-aged Korean and bush-living Maasai women...
2015: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research
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March 2013: Mayo Clinic Health Letter
Taisuke Nakayama, Hajime Kinoshita, Mikio Sugano, Hirotsugu Kurobe, Tamotsu Kanbara, Eiki Fujimoto, Takashi Kitaichi, Hiroshi Fujita, Hitoshi Sogabe, Tetsuya Kitagawa
An extremely rare case with delayed-onset heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) is described. A 46-year-old man underwent arch replacement for aortic dissection under cardiopulmonary bypass and initial exposure of unfractionated heparin. In post operative 7 days, persistent atrial fibrillation was occurred, so a continuous infusion of heparin (10000 IU/day) and Vitamine K antagonist (Warfarin) taking was started for preventing thrombosis. By 32 days after the operation, his platelet count had fallen (3×10(3)/µL) and oral hematoma and ecchymoma of bilateral lower legs were occurred...
2013: Journal of Medical Investigation: JMI
E E Shouldice
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August 1939: Canadian Medical Association Journal
Maria Goossens, Gert Laekeman, Bert Aertgeerts, Frank Buntinx
BACKGROUND: Quality of life (QoL) is an important outcome measure in the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR), a condition for which homeopathy is frequently used. OBJECTIVE: The assessment of the effect of homeopathic medical prescriptions with the Rhino-conjunctivitis Quality of Life Questionnaire (RQLQ) in the treatment of SAR. METHODS: A prospective, open, non-comparative study was conducted in Belgium. Patients aged between 14 and 68 years with SAR were treated by one of seven homeopathic physicians...
January 2009: Homeopathy: the Journal of the Faculty of Homeopathy
Ferdinand Peter Moog
Among the fragments of Heraclitus preserved to our times there is one saying that corpses ought to be disposed of more urgently than excrements Diels/Kranz 22 B 96. This sentence of an aphoristic nature, as frequently in the case of Heraclitus' scripts, allows many different interpretations. Even in antiquity these words led to vitriolic reactions and perplexed other writers. It is why they have been frequently quoted. Nevertheless, it has been overlooked until now that Euripides, the youngest of the three great Attic tragedians, had inserted them into one of his dramas...
2007: Würzburger Medizinhistorische Mitteilungen
E M Salonen, M P Koivikko, S K Koskinen
PURPOSE: To assess multidetector computed tomography (MDCT) findings in facial trauma in adults who accidentally fall from heights. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Of the MDCT scans of 2413 cases requested by emergency-room physicians for suspected facial injury, 155 (age 15.3-76.7, mean 42.0 years; 134 male, 21 female) met the criteria of falling from heights. These were reviewed by two researchers by consensus. RESULTS: Of these 155, 118 (104 male, 14 female) had 247 fractures, while 37 had no fracture...
May 2007: Acta Radiologica
Iker Zuriguel, Angel Garcimartín, Diego Maza, Luis A Pugnaloni, J M Pastor
In this work, we present an experimental study of the jamming that stops the free flow of grains from a silo discharging by gravity. When the outlet size is not much bigger than the beads, granular material jams the outlet of the container due to the formation of an arch. Statistical data from the number of grains fallen between consecutive jams are presented. The information that they provide can help one to understand the jamming phenomenon. As the ratio between the size of the orifice and the size of the beads is increased, the probability that an arch blocks the outlet decreases...
May 2005: Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics
Sen-Wei Tsai, Chorng-Sonq Chou
OBJECTIVE: To discuss a case of occipital-atlantoaxial rotatory subluxation successfully treated with manipulation under general anesthesia. CLINICAL FEATURES: A 4-year-old girl presented to the Taichung Veterans General Hospital with acute torticollis and neck stiffness for 1 week after she had fallen. Although some nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs had been prescribed for her, her neck still tilted to the right side and her chin inclined to the left side. There were no neurological signs, no significant pain if she did not move her neck and head, and no muscular hypertonocity...
June 2005: Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics
Joseph J Deptula, Sherrie K Fogg, Kimberly R Glogowski, Kathleen N Fenton, Peter Hunt, Kim F Duncan
New technology and advances in extracorporeal bypass circuitry and surgical techniques have drastically improved outcomes in infants with congenital heart defects. Hypothermia with circulatory arrest has fallen out of favor in many institutions over the last decade in part from data implicating even short circulatory arrest times to long-term neurologic sequelae. Implementing continuous cerebral perfusion techniques for aortic arch reconstruction is desirable in ameliorating neurologic complications because long-term survival of complex defects can be more routinely achieved...
December 2004: Journal of Extra-corporeal Technology
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July 1, 1961: Zeitschrift Für ärztliche Fortbildung (Berlin)
Mark H Hadfield, John W Snyder, Peter C Liacouras, Johnny R Owen, Jennifer S Wayne, Robert S Adelaar
Posterior tibial tendon insufficiency, or adult acquired flatfoot deformity, involves collapse of the longitudinal arch of the foot with ensuing changes in the bony architecture of the foot as well. While it is generally accepted that a medializing calcaneal osteotomy (MCO) is a very useful treatment for restoring the fallen arch, questions regarding the effects of this procedure upon plantar foot pressures and Achilles tendon length changes need to be answered. This study focuses on changes in plantar foot pressures and Achilles tendon length as the result of performing a MCO...
July 2003: Foot & Ankle International
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April 2002: Mayo Clinic Health Letter
T J Baldwin, E R Vincent, R M Silflow, D Stanek
From early April into mid-June 1977, sequential groups of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) were each exposed for 10 days to the parasite Myxobolus cerebralis by immersion in a stream inhabited by infected wild trout. Following incubation in a M. cerebralis-free facility, trout were subsequently killed, and heads and gill arches were examined by routine histologic methods. A grading scale to quantify lesion severity was developed and applied. Percentage infected, lesion severity scores, effects of water temperature and flow rates on percentage infected and lesion severity scores, and resulting pathology were determined for each species at each exposure period...
July 2000: Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation
M C Fishman, M L Kirby
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 1, 1998: Journal of Clinical Investigation
A S Orbay, O A Uysal, O Iyigün, D Erkan, F Güldoğuş
Penetrating head and neck trauma in children is uncommon and are potentially life-threatening injuries. Penetrating trauma to the head in children is a challenging problem for both the initial evaluating physicians and surgeons. We report upon a patient who had fallen from a tree while cutting vegetables and sustained a penetrating faciocranial injury caused by his knife. Clinical examination showed a knife which had entered his face in the right preauricular, pre-temporomandibular joint area below the zygomatic arch...
October 1997: Journal of Cranio-maxillo-facial Surgery
S Yoshida, T Yamamoto, Y Oda, Y Kawakami, S Ban, S Sato, S Matsumoto, K Nakazawa
We reported a case of juvenile cerebral infarction following minor head injury. The patient, a 12-year-old girl, developed right hemiparesis and aphasia almost immediately after having fallen from about 1 meter height during the exercise class at school. CT and MRI study showed lacunar lesions bilaterally and almost symmetrically in the paraventricular deep white matter on both sides. A new stroke area, responsible for the symptoms, was recognized about 24 hours later on CT scan just next to the lacuna of the left side...
April 1996: No Shinkei Geka. Neurological Surgery
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