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Clinical study of the influence of preoperative wearing time on postoperative effects in children with partially accommodative esotropia.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the preoperative wearing time on the postoperative effect in children with partially accommodative esotropia.Sixty children with partially accommodative esotropia who visited our hospital were placed in full cycloplegic refraction by using 1% Atropine eye gel and then wore full hyperopic correction glasses. Children were divided into groups A and B according to the preoperative wearing time. The visual acuity, eye position, and results of the synoptopho...

Assessment of Antagonist Enamel Wear and Clinical Performance of Full-Contour Monolithic Zirconia Crowns: One-Year Results of a Prospective Study.

To assess the clinical performance and survival of full-contour monolithic zirconia (MZ) crowns and enamel wear produced over a 1-year period.

Genetic structure and dispersal patterns in Limnoria nagatai (Limnoriidae, Isopoda) dwelling in non-buoyant kelps, Eisenia bicyclis and E. arborea, in Japan.

The marine isopod genus Limnoria contains algae-eating species. Previous phylogeographic studies have suggested that Limnoria species feeding on buoyant kelp underwent low genetic differentiation on a large spatial scale because rafting on floating host kelps promotes high levels of gene flow. In this paper, we survey the genetic structure of Limnoria nagatai, which bores into the non-buoyant kelps Eisenia bicyclis and E. arborea. We analyze the mitochondrial DNA (cytochrome oxidase subunit I [COI] gene) an...


To report a case of idiopathic full-thickness macular hole in a young boy, which was managed surgically with good visual and anatomical outcomes.

Comparative effectiveness of natural by-products and synthetic sorbents in oil spill booms.

Sorbent booms are considered a 'first line of defence' technology used for containing and minimizing the impacts of crude oil spills. Booms containing human hair waste as sorbent were compared to other natural sorbents, including cotton by-product, recycled cellulose, as well as booms containing synthetic polypropylene, in order to evaluate their effectiveness in adsorbing petroleum crude oil pollution, remaining buoyant, and adsorbing seawater. A series of oceanic mesocosm experiments were used to simulate...

Legal Bases Of Vaccination In Ukraine.

Introduction: Despite the extraordinary progress made in the field of vaccination, a large number of children in the last decade, 24 million children, or nearly 20% of children born every year, do not receive a full plan for vaccination during their first year of life. The aim: The purpose of the article is to analyze the legal framework of vaccination in Ukraine, comparing the approach of the domestic legislator to the vaccination with foreign experience.

Study of Weak Periodic Signals in the EEG Signals and Their Relationship with Postsynaptic Potentials.

In this paper, weak periodic signals detected in the EEG signals were analysed for each region of the brain and its relationships with postsynaptic potentials were investigated. For this, EEG signals were collected from 16 different channels according to the international standard channel 10/20 system in the scalp of two patients, one epileptic and one non-epileptic. In our recent work, we have detected weak periodic signals in the EEG signals using Duffing oscillator system. In this paper, we have used a c...

Effect of controlled-release fertilizer on NO emissions and tea yield from a tea field in subtropical central China.

Tea (Camellia sinensis L.), a perennial leaf-harvested crop, favors warm/humid climate and acidic/well-drained soils, and demands high nitrogen (N) fertilizer inputs which lead to significant emissions of NO. Potential mitigation options should be adopted to improve N use efficiency (NUE) and reduce environmental pollution in tea field system. A 3-year field experiment was carried out in a tea field in southern China from January 2014 to December 2016 to investigate the effect of controlled-release fertiliz...

Increasing Screening Follow-Up for Vulnerable Children: A Partnership with School Nurses.

Approximately 20% of school-age children have a vision problem. Screening is an effective way to detect visual impairments, although only if adequate follow-up is available. Here, we evaluate the impact of hiring full-time nurses in four underserved schools on the likelihood of increasing follow-up for treatment after vision screening. First, we compared descriptive screening follow-up data from the intervention schools with that of five matched schools with part-time nurses in San Jose, California, from 20...

Do No Harm.

After a goals-of-care conversation, this patient's chart listed his status as "full-code." As shown in this image, resuscitation was initiated for a 92-year-old man with metastatic malignancy after being found pulseless by the rounding team.

Impact of Ionization Equilibrium on Electrokinetic Flow of Weak Electrolytes in Nanochannels.

Weak electrolyte transport in nanochannels or nanopores has been actively explored in recent experiments. In this paper, we establish a new electrokinetic model where the ionization balance effect of weak electrolytes is outlined, and performed numerical calculations for H3PO4 concentration-biased nanochannel systems. By considering the roles of local chemical equilibrium in phosphorous acid ionization, the simulation results show quantitative agreement with experimental observations. Based on the model, we...

Full ablative versus fractional ablative laser therapy for Dowling-Degos disease.

Dowling-Degos disease (DDD) is a rare autosomal-dominant genodermatosis with limited treatment possibilities. Although the efficacy of ablative laser therapy has been reported, we sought to examine the efficacy of fractional versus full ablative laser therapy in a female patient with DDD in a split-side report. We treated the lesions on the right side of the patient's upper abdomen with an ablative fractional CO laser and the lesions on the left side of the upper abdomen with a full ablative Er:YAG laser (e...

The Influence of BMI on Achieving Age Adjusted Alignment Goals in Adult Spinal Deformity Corrective Surgery with Full Body Analysis at 1 Year.

The impact of obesity on global spinopelvic alignment is poorly understood.

Effects of incomplete residential histories on studies of environmental exposure with application to childhood leukaemia and background radiation.

When evaluating environmental exposures, residential exposures are often most relevant. In most countries, it is impossible to establish full residential histories. In recent publications, childhood leukaemia and background radiation have been studied with and without full residential histories. This paper investigates the consequences of lacking such full data. Data from a nationwide Finnish Case-Control study of Childhood Leukaemia and gamma rays were analysed. This included 1093 children diagnosed with l...

The 'full stomach': full time for sloppy terminology?

A 67-Year-Old Woman With a "Shrunken" Left Lung and Recurrent Pneumonia.

A 67-year-old woman was referred to our institution for nonresolving pneumonia and abnormal chest images. She was in her usual state of health until 1 month prior to referral when she started having fever, chills, dry cough, and chest pain. She presented initially to an urgent care facility that diagnosed her with bilateral pneumonia and left-sided volume loss on chest radiography. She was given azithromycin, but her fever did not resolve in the weeks following the antibiotic course. Previous to these symp...

Weak IgG self- and hetero-association characterized by fluorescence analytical ultracentrifugation.

Weak protein-protein interactions may be important to binding cooperativity. A panel of 7 fluorescently labelled tracer monoclonal IgG antibodies, differing in variable (V) and constant (C) region sequences, were sedimented in increasing concentrations of unlabeled IgGs of identical, similar, and different backgrounds. Weak IgG::IgG attractive interactions were detected and characterized by global analysis of the hydrodynamic nonideality coefficient, k . The effects of salt concentration and temperature on ...

No Useful Field Expansion with Full-field Prisms.

Full-field prisms that fill the entire spectacle eye wire have been considered as field expansion devices for homonymous hemianopia (HH) and acquired monocular vision (AMV). Although the full-field prism is used for addressing binocular dysfunction and for prism adaptation training after brain injury as treatment for spatial hemineglect, we show that the full-field prism for field expansion does not effectively expand the visual field in either HH or AMV.

Developmental differences between 1st and 3rd year of Early Childhood Education (preschool) in mental rotation and its training.

Research has shown that mental rotation (MR) can be improved through training. However, studies with preschool children are very scarce, due in part to the lack of consensus as to the age at which this ability arises and can be trained, and due to the difficulties of working on the understanding of this ability when it begins to develop. The present study was designed to observe the effect of an MR training on 1st (3-4-year-old children) and 3rd year (5-6-year-old children) of Early Childhood Education (pre...

Study on healing technique for weak interlayer and related mechanical properties based on microbially-induced calcium carbonate precipitation.

The weak interlayer refers to the filling material in shear belts or large-scale structural planes, which is usually composed of soil, fine sand and gravels. It is prone to argillization when encountering water and its mechanical strength and stiffness are generally low, which has adverse effects on the stability of underground structures. In recent years, research on reinforcement techniques for weak interlayers has been a hot topic in geotechnical field. As a new reinforcement method for structural planes...

Full-step Class II Correction Using Modified C-palatal Plate for Total Arch Distalization in Adolescents.

A 13-year-old adolescent male patient had a convex profile, severe overjet, and deep overbite with a skeletal Class II pattern. His maxillary dentition was distalized using a modified C-palatal plate (MCPP), and the treatment outcome was stable. After 37 months of total treatment, a pleasing profile and a favorable Class I occlusion was successfully achieved with 5 mm of distalization in the maxillary dentition. MCPP is a viable treatment option for full-step Class II in adolescents, especially when the pat...

Mistakes weren't made: Three-year-olds' comprehension of novel-verb passives provides evidence for early abstract syntax.

By about age three, English-learning children begin to understand passive sentences with familiar verbs. We probed the nature of children's linguistic representations by asking whether 3-year-olds promptly extend their emerging knowledge of the passive structure to novel verbs. In three preferential-looking experiments, 3-year-olds (N = 124) interpreted novel verbs presented in short passives (Experiment 1, "She's getting snedded!") as transitive verbs, referring to causal-action rather than solo-action...

No difference in implant survivorship and clinical outcomes between full-cementless and full-cemented fixation in primary total knee arthroplasty: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

The debate over the use of cemented or cementless fixation in total knee arthroplasty (TKA) has never stopped since cementless fixation was introduced. We undertook a systematic review and meta-analysis to evaluate the optimal mode of fixation (full-cementless vs. full-cemented) in TKA.

Weak-link Josephson Junctions Made from Topological Crystalline Insulators.

We report on the fabrication of Josephson junctions using the topological crystalline insulator Pb_{0.5}Sn_{0.5}Te as the weak link. The properties of these junctions are characterized and compared to those fabricated with weak links of PbTe, a similar material yet topologically trivial. Most striking is the difference in the ac Josephson effect: junctions made with Pb_{0.5}Sn_{0.5}Te exhibit a rich subharmonic structure consistent with a skewed current-phase relation. This structure is absent in junctions ...

Women were noninferior to men in cardiovascular outcomes among patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction treated with primary percutaneous coronary intervention from Taiwan acute coronary syndrome full-spectrum registry.

This study was conducted to compare the survival rate and the influencing factors between women and men following ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) treated with primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI).A national-wide Acute Coronary Syndrome Full Spectrum Registry conducted by the Taiwan Society of Cardiology was used for data collection between October 2008 and January 2010. Details of 1621 patients with STEMI treated with primary PCI, including 1350 (83%) men and 271 (17%) women, were col...

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