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Sean F Timpane, Julia McBee
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September 2017: Journal of Palliative Medicine
Britta L Timpane-Padgham, Tim Beechie, Terrie Klinger
Ecological restoration is widely practiced as a means of rehabilitating ecosystems and habitats that have been degraded or impaired through human use or other causes. Restoration practices now are confronted by climate change, which has the potential to influence long-term restoration outcomes. Concepts and attributes from the resilience literature can help improve restoration and monitoring efforts under changing climate conditions. We systematically examined the published literature on ecological resilience to identify biological, chemical, and physical attributes that confer resilience to climate change...
2017: PloS One
Sean Timpane, Heather Brandling-Bennett, Arni K Kristjansson
Morphea, dermatomyositis (DM), and discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) are autoimmune collagen vascular diseases that can present at any age. In all three of these diseases, the tenants of diagnosis and treatment are largely the same in both children and adults, with a few notable differences. Children with morphea are more likely to present with the linear subtype and have a higher incidence of extracutaneous manifestations. Children often need early aggressive systemic treatment to try to prevent long-term sequelae of morphea...
November 2016: Clinics in Dermatology
Agostino Berio, Giacomo Garlaschi, Giuseppe Mangiante, Attilia Piazzi
We report on a female with oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum, low height, and on X-ray lambdoid suture synostosis, cerebral cyst/mild holoprosencephalia and cholesteatoma, and multiple abnormalities of bones of chondral origin. On the right side, maxillary, mandibular bones, external auditory canal, middle ear were hypoplastic as well as semicircular canal, cranial base, bones vestibule. On the left side, coclea, timpanic cavity, mastoid antrum were hypoplastic, while stapes was misshapen. Limbs bones were slender with thin metaphyses and some carpal bones were absent...
December 29, 2015: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
G H Kijak, C Beyrer, S Tovanabutra, T Sripaipan, V Suriyanon, N Moqueet, E Sanders-Buell, P Saokhieo, U Timpan, J Jittiwutikarn, M L Robb, D L Birx, D D Celentano, F E McCutchan
BACKGROUND: Dual infection with diverse HIV strains can foster the emergence of recombinants. The resulting increase in viral genetic diversity is a major challenge for vaccine development HIV treatment. In this study we aim to investigate the socio demographic factors associated with an increasing level of genetic diversity among HIV strains in a population of drug-users in Northern Thailand. METHODS: From 1999 through 2000, 2231 volunteers were enrolled in the Opiate-Users Research in Chiang Mai, Thailand...
July 1, 2011: Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Fernando Fugimoto, Ana Carolina Jervásio, Alexandre Kazuo Misawa, Renato Garcia, Suzana Matayoshi
The latex biomembrane is a material from Hevea brasiliensis and has angiogenic properties, cellular adhesion and extracellular matrix formation. It has been used for the treatment of ulcers in the inferior extremities caused by diabetes, chronic vascular insufficiency and timpanic perforations. In this study we report a case of biomembrane use to promote granulation in the orbital cavity after exenteration in a male, 72 years, who came into our service with a left eyelid lesion for two years. The ocular examination revealed a hyperemic conjunctiva, corneal thinning, cataract and ocular perforation in the left eye...
September 2007: Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia
M S Boleas-Aguirre, N Pérez, J Cervera-Paz, M Manrique
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES: To Evaluate objectively the effect that cochleostomy has in the cochlea as well as the exposition of the estria vascularis, through acoustic otoemissions immediatly after surgery. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Submandibular approach to the guinea pig's middle ear and cochlea. Triming of the timpanic and vestibular first turns and wide exposition of the estria vascularis in the first and second turns. Study of cochlear function through acoustic otoemissions of distortion products...
June 2005: Acta Otorrinolaringológica Española
John Timpane
Citing a line from ancient Sanskrit wisdom, "there is nothing in the world so purifying as knowledge," John Timpane urges the adoption of a roots-up process by which citizens, in organized forums, deliberate critical neuroethical issues. The author suggests several ways such a deliberative process might play out with some top neuroethics issues--enhancement, stem-cell research, and the use of "brainprints"--to show how the citizen groups might form consensus recommendations. "We have time before the wave of the new neuroscience crests," he writes...
2004: Cerebrum: the Dana Forum on Brain Science
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April 1955: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
J Timpane
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May 6, 1998: JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association
F R Silva, M M Daniel, A C Magalhães
Glomus tumors originate from paranglionic tissues. In head and neck, these lesions are mainly found near carotid bifurcation, X nerve, jugular bulb or middle ear. These tumors have a low growing rate and are hypervascularized. Their histology show "nonchromaffin" cells and vascular structures involved by a fibrous matrix. MRI, CT and angiography are imaging methods used in glomus tumor. The author describe four cases of jugulo-timpanic glomus tumors studied by MRI, showing their main findings and the value of this method to detection of these lesions...
July 1995: Revista do Hospital Das Clínicas
S Gattoni-Celli, A Marozzi, R Timpane, K Kirsch, K J Isselbacher
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June 6, 1990: Journal of the National Cancer Institute
S Gattoni-Celli, K Kirsch, R Timpane, K J Isselbacher
The human colon cancer cell line HCT does not express any detectable HLA class I antigens on the cell surface. RNA blot analyses showed that HCT cells synthesize easily detectable levels of heavy chains as well as beta 2-microglobulin (beta 2m) transcripts. Experiments of immunoprecipitation revealed the presence of intracellular HLA heavy chains and the absence of beta 2m molecules. Sequencing studies, performed on polymerase chain reaction-mediated amplification of beta 2m-specific complementary DNAs, indicated that in HCT cells both beta 2m genes are mutated...
March 1, 1992: Cancer Research
E Macotela-Ruíz, R López-Martínez, F Gómez-Urcuyo
From 163 patients with clinical diagnosis of otomycosis, only 72 were confirmed by the mycological laboratory. No difference was noticed regarding the age and sex of patients. The clinical symptoms were the break of the timpanic membrane, secretion and fungal colonies in one side. Most of our patients had more than one year of evolution. The more common causative agent was Aspergillus and quite frequently it were present non-pathogenic bacteria. The local treatment with a solution containing vioform with salicilic acid was successful in the 82% of cases...
November 1976: La Prensa Médica Mexicana
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