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Anna Lovatt, Oliver Mason, Caroline Brett, Emmanuelle Peters
This study examined some of the predictions made by cognitive models of psychosis, specifically the potential contribution of appraisals and trauma to the development of "need for care." Two groups reporting psychotic-like experiences with and without a "need for care" were compared on types of experiences, appraisals of these experiences, distress, and trauma. Both groups reported similar overall levels of psychotic-like experiences, but were characterized by distinct types of experiences. The clinical group was more distressed, endorsed more externalizing and personalizing appraisals, and fewer psychological/normalizing apraisals of their experiences than the nonclinical group...
November 2010: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
Gilles Breuzard, Jean-Marc Millot, Jean-François Riou, Michel Manfait
Complexes formed between G-quadruplex (G4)-conformed oligonucleotides and four ethidium derivatives were studied by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) to detail the topology of complexes that support a G4 stabilization. Ethidium bromide (EB), which presents a weak ability to stabilize oligonucleotides in G4 conformation, displayed no SERS intensity modification when bound to G4, as compared with the free EB. Three ethidium derivatives have been selected due to their higher ability to stabilize G4 than EB...
August 15, 2003: Analytical Chemistry
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
1962: Pédiatrie
W Seger
The sociomedical statements given on the basis of Sociomedical Clinic apraisement of 103 patients were compared with those rendered at discharge from previous in-patient rehabilitation. Discrepant judgements and evaluation problems in describing functional capacity at work are pointed out, and their causes discussed. Proposals are submitted for enhancing more effective cooperation between rehabilitation clinics and the Sociomedical Services of the pension insurance administrations.
February 1993: Die Rehabilitation
M Lequesne, J Lamotte, M Samson
The main Indices of Quality of Life used in rheumatology and their aims and applications are surveyed. Their use in osteoarthritis implies a few issues that are addressed in a critical manner. Indices of Quality of Life are useful to measure deficiency resulting from osteoarthritis by comparison with other rheumatic diseases, as rheumatoid arthritis, connective tissue diseases, fibromyalgia... They are sensitive enough for apraising the domains improved by a radical treatment such as joint replacement. However, their scores are only slightly changing in most of the drug trials, in which the more simple functional indices seem demonstrative enough...
May 1993: Revue du Rhumatisme: Maladies des Os et des Articulations
S G Ball, D M Chalmers, A G Morgan, A J Solman, M S Losowsky
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 1973: Biomedicine / [publiée Pour L'A.A.I.C.I.G.]
P F Urban, H Dreyfus, N Virmaux, G Franck
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 1972: Journal de Physiologie
V I Ul'ianov
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 1978: Khirurgiia
J Rosenthal
Of the various hypertensive disorders in which mineralocorticoid hormones are involved mainly those are reviewed in which, apart from aldosterone, hyporeactivity of the adrenergic nervous system may play a permissive role. The simultaneous occurrence and extent of participation of these two factors in essential hypertension are being appreciated increasingly. Their share in the mosaic of hypertension may add to the accumulating knowledge of this disease entity. In exploring the underlying mechanisms of hypertension common regulatory pathways involving aldosterone and the adrenergic nervous system may lead to new aethiopathogenetic insights...
June 1979: Hormone and Metabolic Research, Hormon- und Stoffwechselforschung, Hormones et Métabolisme
N Ghilezan, N Milea, S Tamburlini
Cobaltotherapy was applied in 194 cases of bronchopulmonary cancer in the Oncologic Institute of Cluj-Napoca, during the 1967--1974 period. The mean survial was of 15 months, the results being influenced by the histologic type and locoregional extent apraised on the basis of the TNM classification proposed by the American Joint Committe for Cancer Staging and End Result Reporting. The mean survival after irradiation was of 9.7% and 5.1% at 3 and 5 years respectively. Standardization of the cases according to the TNM criteria showed the advanced stage of the patients referred for radiotherapy, proving a useful tool for establishing the prognosis and therapeutical indications...
April 1977: Revista de Igienă, Bacteriologie, Virusologie, Parazitologie, Epidemiologie, Pneumoftiziologie. Pneumoftiziologia
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